Question about Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook
After 1 hour running of laptop base high heat found and then tripped, when again battery disconnected and again connect then again it start.
Get some canned air like Skilcraft Power Duster and blow out the fan area, clear it from all dust - you need to remove the case and blow it out or be lazy and just blow it out w/o taking it apart, but I suggest you remove the case to give the dust somewhere else to settle besides back inside of your laptop. The other thing to look into is where were you using the laptop - a peer of mine kept having a similar issue until I went over to his desk and moved the space heater from directly under his work area. Also go have the battery tested. A bad battery could be causing the issue as well. Once you've done all that if the problem happens again go get a cooling pad they run about $25 but will save your investment and time, but the other things should remedy the problem.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
Check to see if fan area has does in it. You can either take apart and blow dust out or try blowing without taking apart. I would take it apart. Also, check for firmware update which may address overheating problems.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Plug it into the electrical outlet and then turn on your laptop. if it comes on and works fine, then your battery is just simply dead, and if it will charge, just needs to charge. If not, then you are going to have to replace your battery. But assuming all of this is true, and your laptop will power on when using your electrical outlet, then yes, feel free to use it whenver you like when plugged in.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
SOURCE: Always running on batteries
You can still use your laptop even if you take out the battery and run on ac alone. You can also leave your battery in with the ac plugged in for 4 hours to charge it even if the laptop is off. Hope this helps. Thank you.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
1. You will need to check the power adapter it may have lost it's ability to send a charge to the board.
2. Also the connector to the PC may be damaged and the solder joint at the mother board may have cracked or damaged.
3. Check also that you have the battery completely snapped in place.
4. check the contacts on the battery itself.
5. You PC may need service.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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