i have a Toshiba Satellite M45-S269 from 1 year.it a good laptop and was hard to buy.about 2 weeks i observ that, when i put into the outlet the ac adapter, the blue LED who indicate that laptop charging, IS NOT like beggining, not luminate strong, it weak;the ac adapter is ok.the laptop is ok, but this sign in strange.
i hoppe you told me what is happening.
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YOu can reset bios password with 2 method. (1) open back cover of
laptop then find motherbord .Pull cmos cell from motherbord for 15
minutes then again put it in it's position .then it not ask for
password. (2)You can clear password with jumper settings find jumper on motherbord named clear cmos it has 3 pin .1-2-3 Put jumper in 2-3 position then again put it in 1-2 position then check . Let me know if you need more assistance. Thanks.
Yes, there is. Match the type of drive (Serial ATA or Parallel ATA) you get with what you have. Make sure your Satellite sees the drive in the BIOS. For drives larger than 120 GB, recommend operating systems Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or higher) or Vista. Older OS's have a 137 GB limitation (they only see the first 137 GB of the hard drive despite its size).
BIOS passwords on Toshiba notebooks have to be reset by an authorized service technician who has the CD available to run the utility. Their notebooks don't contain a battery reset to erase the password. It was done as a safety feature to prevent theft from happening and it is a very good one.
If you take it into Best Buy or a computer dealer to get it done, you might have to prove that you are the new owner of the computer before it can happen.