Question about Toshiba Satellite L655D-S5093 Laptop
Try a "Cold-Start",Remove all media, DVD, CD, USB..etc., Remove AC plug, Remove Battery, Hold down on/off button for 10 seconds, Replace battery, Plug into AC outlet,Push on/off button and Start normally.
IF THAT FAILS, try F-8 during pre boot, try to get to safe mode, or F12 to enter restore /recovery. After each try cold start, remove battery during this process.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
-Possible corrupted BIOS or failing hard drive.
- When you get the error, try to insert the Windows installation CD that came with the laptop then press any key. Check if that will fix the problem.
-You can also check memory module. There are times some hardware are causing conflicts to the system. Try to remove memory module and check for the error again. If removing the memory module resolves the problem, it's a faulty memory. If not, then it could be a problem with the hard drive. Be sure to take necessary precautions before removing parts on your laptop.
For guide in removing and installing devices on your laptop, you may visit http://support.toshiba.com to download the manual for your laptop.
- Last option is to reset the BIOS which requires removing the CMOS/Lithium battery for 5 seconds and putting it back. You can do this by opening the bottom panel of the laptop which requires an expert to do it.
~~Hope this helps.~~
Posted on Nov 29, 2011
Maybe the cables are not connected, they may be disattached to the hard disk or optical drive. You can try opening the bottom of your laptop, it usually has a hard disk vent, when you unscrew the cover, you'd see the hard disk, and you could connect it. If this doesn't help, the boot manager of the OS might be corrupted, you should insert your setup disk and choose start up repair.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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