I've just red you suggest in article Toshiba A30 won't start. Is it correct? Does your solution fix the issue? My problem is as follows: I turn it on, power on led is lighting, hdd&fans spin up on full
speed, but in 4-5 seconds it turns off and starts this again until I
remove kind of power (battery or AC - it doesn't matter). The only
thing why I am hoping, that sometimes it boots up properly and works
fine until.... suddenly it comes (the BSOD) and freezes my A30, and it will not boot up again. So I live in Hungary and need your help because of our local ASP don't cares about old notebooks mending, they are just expert in changing/replacing parts of computers. But if you tell me what to do, I can prepare to repair my old one.
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If the buttons used to work then yeah it sounds like a hardware issue. You can go ahead and take the remote apart, but I don't think you will be able to fix it, unless you are good at soldering. Cleaning the contacts alone won't help. This same thing happened to the most used buttons on my Harmony One, and I just assigned the commands to the screen, so I could continue using the remote without those buttons.
If you want to try assigning the buttons to the screen, the steps in this article by Logitech will help:
I hope this helps.
These laptops had a lot of serious problems. Some of them were incredibly sensitive to static, and others did overheat, rendering the motherboard or CPU useless. I think there was even some kind of legal action against Toshiba on these models at one point, but I could be wrong.
You may not like this advice, but your $90 is probably better spent going towards a slightly used, refurbished or even new laptop that will outperform this computer anyway. You may only have to spend a couple of hundred dollars.
It sounds like you might know your way around the innards, so your hard drive can be removed and put in a USB hard drive enclosure so you can get to your old data from a new computer. These enclosures are very cheap.
I would not suggest continuing to try to resurrect this computer, as it will give you nothing but headaches going forward and will most likely never be reliable. You can remove your hard drive and sell the rest on eBay (or elsewhere) for parts.
Sorry if that's not great news, but that's my professional opinion of what you should do at this point.
click start,all programs,accessories,system tools,system information......check for conflicts..go into device manager and change resoures or if you dont need it disable it.you could delete it and itll reinstall when you restart and maybe find different resourses auto.if it is instaling generic driver goto hp drivers and download correct driver.
i have the Toshiba A1 and a benQ W9000 projector. I never had this problem with my Sony HS60. I switched the video from 1080i to 720p and then back to 1080i and it fixed it immediately .... its really annoying though