Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
Updated usb? I'm not clear on what update or download you are looking for? If you are refering to a 3.0 usb no.
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you already formatted the hard drive;there's n o way for you to get restore image of mce 2005;you have to call the toshiba tech and send your har drive to load the restore image again.u can also try to tap 0 while rebooting your machine.to access the restore image if u still have it instead of using the recovery disc.
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
If you put strain on the jack (e.g. hang power adaptor from it whilst using or charging) then the socket on the mainboard can get hot due to poor contact and melt.
There is no way to fix this except to completely dismantle the laptop and fit a new socket - most likely a repair centre will charge you for a new mainboard.
Try another adaptor to see if that is the problem (broken wire in cord) - otherwise look closely at the socket in the notebook.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
On the front of the laptop there is a circular knob, play a music cd and then turn the knob from left to right and see if the sound comes back, if that doesn't work then make sure where the speaker is in the bottom right hand side of the screen click on it and make sure the volume is turned up.
If it still doesn't work then reload the sound drivers. At this point if the sound still won't work then that means that either the speakers or the motherboard is bad and you won't know for sure unless you replace the speakers first.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
You can restore your system by following these steps :
1. Goto Start >> Programs >> Accessories >> System Tools >> System Restore.
2. System Restore window will appear. Click on Next.
3. A list of all available Restore Points will be displayed.
4. Select the Restore Point of your choice, and click Next.
5. Now, confirm the Restore operation by clicking on Restore / OK / Finish.
6. The System Restore process will take about 15-30 minutes.
7. Don't try to cancel or stop the process by pressing any key!
8. Don't turn off the system till the restore is done!
9. When the System Restore will be completed, a restore successful message will appear!
please rate this advice if it helps....tc! :)
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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