Question about Toshiba Satellite A505-S6970 Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toshiba a105-s4054 won't boot
same machine with me and the same problem I changed the BIOS of the
motherboard but the problem Tlch the same message is is the last day I
discovered that the problem in the chip of Intel's motherboard happens
is a conflict between the PCI and Ridr and some of the various
components that vary according to the case of the slide as
this occurs in the organs contained in the slide as happens conflicts
in the delivery at the beginning of operation of laptop and since all
the inconsistencies that occur when you start up that is stored on the
memory the BIOS and therefore must be emptied this memory so that the
laptop from work and not doing a re- choose to run the key F-1
s this memory chip in it's protection for the BIOS that is stored by BIOS password
Points for this memory on the motherboard when you connect to these points is clear all data from storage on a slide in the Model 100 is a satellite point of discharge under the Wireless card under the keyboard and be written next to 88 **
As for in this model are under-Ram
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
Is this using battery power or the wall charger?
If on battery power could be battery not holding charge... replace it
Make sure the machine will run on the power adapter without the battery in or it could be the adapter.
If it runs with or without the adapter and the battery is good it could be overheating and going through "Thermal shutdown"
This will be noticable by excessive heat and once it cools down you will be able to restart it.
Thermal shutdown can be cause by a bad fan or dust blocking the vents.
A can of "canned air" can be purchased for less then $10 and you can try blowing out all the vents.
However if the fan is bad it will need to be replaced
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
SOURCE: my toshiba satellite model A505
All that you need is to be found at www.toshiba.com
Just follow the instructions on screen.
I wonder where you got the BIOS flash from, as if you use www.toshiba.com the connection takes you to the correct BIOS.
Hope you can recover it alright.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
Maybe you mean log on password. If you never enter a password to log on, but suddenly when turning on the computer, you are prompted to enter a password to log on, but always failed. You try to log in using an administrator user but failed. Chances are, the operating system is infected with viruses.
So, the operating system has controlled the virus.
Install the new operating system (not repair the operating system)
Posted on Nov 28, 2011
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