Hi, I have a Tecra A4. When I push the power button, before the windows loads, it freqeuntly resets. I installed the windows again but the problem wasn't solved also I tested the hard but it is true. I'm so thankful for help me.
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Turn the computer off using the on/off button, then turn it on again while repeatedly tapping <F12> or <F1>. That should get you into OS setup. If that doesn't work, you will need a recovery disc or a new windows disc. Put the disc in the drive and start tapping <F12> or <F1>. The computer should give you the option to boot from CD.
you have to open your laptop (unscrew all screws on the bottom), and Youtube on how to open your specific one. You should see a bios jumper (Google for pictures on what the laptop jumpers look like) next to the battery that's the size of a watch battery. Move it to the other prongs (or take it off for a min). Reassemble laptop enough to receive power (push the power button), after a couple min, it should say something about it resetting the Bios (but it might now ... if not, the screen will stay black). After waiting for about 2 full min. Turn the laptop off, place jumper back in the exact location it was. You should be good to go.
1. Restart or power on your pc. When you see the Toshiba logo, press F8. 2. From the option menu, select "Repair Your Computer". 3. Follow the insturction for setting up your user name, password and language. 4. Click OK, sigin in as the administrator. 5. Select Toshiba HD Recovery. Click Next to restore to factory setting. 6. Click Next again. 7. Click Yes and Restart. This will began the factory reset process.
Hello, The CMOS battery supplies energy to the Real Time Clock when the computer is not connected to the electrical socket, and does not have the battery inserted. It should not prevent the computer from starting up. You will however be asked to reset the time and date of the computer. Hope it helps.
When you get the resume failure message, push and hold the power button until the unit turns itself off (usually around 5 seconds). Once it is turned off, press the power button again to turn it on and it should boot right into windows for you.