Question about Toshiba Satellite 1905-S301 Notebook
You just boot from the install cd/dvd, you get the option to delete partitions as you go along.
Posted on Feb 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Need original disk to reformate
if your computer didn't come with a windows disk then maybe it has a recovery partition on the hard disk if it does then there will be an option in it to format your hard disk and replace the windows files, if you have a recovery partition you can access it by repeatedly pressing the f10 button whilst the computer is booting up, just when the bio codes start appearing on screen after you have pressed the on button (not from standby), it is recomended thet everyone backs up all their files and photos, music, ect and formats their computer every couple of years to clear out all the rubbish and speed up their computer. as for backing up all your files etc well you would be best to buy a piece of custom software such as Nero as this will make it much easier but as you wont want to spend a fortune on this you could always use your DVD drives own burning software, just right click on any icons of the files you want to save and chose send to, then from the next menu chose (send to) DVD drive, depending on the amount you want to save you will need several cd's or one dvd.
EDIT - just another thought, if you dont have a recovery partition windows software allows you to make ONE recovery disk in case you lose your windows disk go to the start menu, then all programs, then system recovery, next recovery media creator, have some cd's or a dvd ready and a cd pen so you will know whats on the disk in case you need it in a couple of years time.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Hi! You may want to toggle the function button designated for turning the monitor on or off. Press FN button together with th efunction button that has a monitor image on it. some system uses F2 of F3 button to do this. (Example: press FN+F3 or FN+F2 button together once while computer is on to turn on system display)
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
SOURCE: i need to reset bios
Unfortunately the Bios password is there for a reason, security and it would be immoral of me to explain how to remove it. However, I am sure someone will answer your question.
All I can say is, take it to a Toshiba Dealer, they will check a few details and then fix it for you.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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This is the only card that works in the mini-PCI slot in the 1905 series. eBay would be your best bet. You can look under "Toshiba 1905 wireless card" but ... make sure it's an Agere card, as most sellers are selling Intel, Broadcom, Atheros.... and none of them will work.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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