Question about Toshiba Satellite 1105 Series 14.1" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I have checked the memory, using Microsofts memory checker, and the memory checking utility provided with Ubuntu disk. Memory is 512Meg each, Crucial CT64M64S4W75. PC133 SODIMM. The computers battery is no longe working, and I am running off of the power supply. 256 Meg works OK, there is a lot of disk thrashing with modern virus portection installed. When I remove the 256 and install one bank of 512 the computer will boot to windows, but is very unstable, and will blue screen at any random point. If I install 1024, 512 in both banks the computer will lock up at post. I have thoroughly checked the memory with this computer. I think that it is power related problem. Too much current draw from the extra memory and a undersized power supply.
I also did a clean install of Windows XP, all updates installed, and minimal software running on start up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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no but scan your system with avast antivirus with latest update download it with gooogle
then also rmeove temparory files.
also run "chkdsk /r"in run then rpess "y"
the restart the computer.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
This usually happens when the laptop is not able to take more then a certain amount of memory, as the system BIOS does not support higher. By saying ACPI as the blue screen, that tells me that the power subsystem does not 'like' having more then 512MB of RAM. I am 95% sure this is your BIOS because of that information. Check and see if you can find a BIOS upgrade for your computer model, and that might fix the issue, if an update is available.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
unfortunately is sounds like your system has been compromised by a virus; which has erased or corrupted needed system files. before you give up and reformat your system you should try the Spinrite program, written by gibson research co. you can DL it here .. http://btjunkie.org/torrent/SpinRite-6-0-Release-1/3779c30edea9218ee5596b3b8c62a0aecc56767e1047
you will need a torrent service like; utorrent, shareaza, etc
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
check all the ribbon flat cables running from batteries to pc mother board. i suspect a ribbon cable must have got split . cut or damaged.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Right-mouse click anywhere on your desktop wallpaper.
Click Monitor, and look for any "settings".
Or, start at http://www.toshiba.com and search for your model-number, and see if any software is available for download.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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