Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook
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My laptop toshiba sat L300 when i conact with charger shutdown whate the proplem"
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toshiba l300d bios battery
Most laptops require a complete strip down to the mobo to replace cmos battery. I do not recommend other than technicians to perform this task as there are some very frail components that break easily.
I wonder why you wish to replace battery in the first place?
If laptop works and the clock keeps time then do not touch which aint broke!
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
??? I am not sure exactly what you are referring to, but if you mean that you need to "reload" your toshiba laptop and do not have the system disk, then you can try and see if the laptop has a factory image on a separate partition on the hard drive. In most cases this can be found by tapping F12 while the laptop is booting up. If available this should bring you to a menu where you can choose to boot from optional devices, one being the recovery partition. BE CAREFUL here.. if you choose that option, you will loose ALL DATA. If that recovery partition is not available on that model then you can contact Toshiba and for a small fee they will usually send you recovery disk for that machine. I would recoment visiting their website and have a look a the owners manual for that model and follow the instructions there.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Sure--the best one is e-bay!
Whenever I need something like this, I find it on e-bay. But if you really need to contact a company, try Spare Parts Wearhouse at 877-253-8898. National Parts Depot at 800-524-8338 may carry Toshiba parts.
I'd almost bet that the part you need is not made by Toshiba, though. Take it out and when looking for a replacement look for the mfg. name and the model.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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