Question about Toshiba Satellite A60 Notebook
This laptop start light when pressed turns blue as does the caps lock key and the lights below F10 and F11, the fan rns ok. After a second there is a long beep and then it powers off.
I just got this P4 Toshiba A60. I was mostly working, then I switched it off pulled it apart and did the following:-
Took fan out and cleaned it out, changed the tochpad and board, replaced the 2 brocken screen hinges.
I cant see that this should have had any effect at all.
I can if you didn't hook something back up... be that as it may... remove the memory... then plug the memory back in... power it up and see how it goes.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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You can use the accessibility features of Windows to audibly notify you when you've pressed the Caps Lock key. Follow these steps:
Click on Start >> Click Control Panel.
Click Ease Of Access >> Select "Change how your keyboard works" from Ease of Access Center.
Check the Box for Turn on Toggle Keys.
Click Apply. Click OK.
The ToggleKeys feature, when turned on, will beep whenever the Caps Lock, Num Lock, or Scroll Lock keys are pressed.
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