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I?ve a very big problem with my laptop model Satellite A350 11B. I?ve put a password, with start menu in Toshiba utilities, but when i restart my computer i put the password, then it?s mean invalid password. Help me please, i included anything. In Algeria the service after sale Toshiba does not exist. Thanks.

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  • tewfikfaimen Feb 26, 2009

    Please I did not understand ¶Capslock on

  • tewfikfaimen Feb 27, 2009

    thank you for this council SciPhnix but I already tested with this key that did not give anything.¶

  • tewfikfaimen Feb 27, 2009

    My problem is not in Windows but in Bios Phoenix SecureCore Version 1.30 Toshiba laptops.
    thanks.


  • tewfikfaimen Mar 04, 2009

    Hello, I finally regulated my problem of password by contacting the service after sale of Toshiba.¶ It proves that during the powering of the laptop, the keyboard changes mode "qwerty/azerty".¶ My password is accepted and my laptop started suitably¶.¶It was necessary to think of it. Goodbye.¶

  • tewfikfaimen Mar 04, 2009

    Hello, I finally regulated my problem of password by contacting the service after sale of Toshiba.¶ It proves that during the powering of the laptop, the keyboard changes mode "qwerty/azerty".¶ My password is accepted and my laptop started suitably¶.¶It was necessary to think of it. Goodbye.¶



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Try your password with Capslock on!

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  • Bru Sha Feb 26, 2009

    you have a button/key on the left hand side of your keyboard, labeled "Caps Lock" . if you push it a light indicates that you will be typing in capital letters. Capital leters like: ABCD... even called upper case. In opposit to lower case letters: abcd...



    /BS

  • Bru Sha Feb 27, 2009

    Is it the computers password or the windows we are talking about? I can not help you with the computers/Bios password! But you could get some help for the Windows password!



    BR

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  • Bru Sha Mar 01, 2009

    Then I propose you contact the nearest Toshiba Support site on the phone to get help!



    BR

    /BS

  • Bru Sha Mar 06, 2009

    That was a strange one! I have never seen something like that before. I find Toshiba very unreliable regarding such issues in addition to that they have a very poor support in case of drivers download. There are many ppl who think it is a good brand but my experience says another. Im gonna hold a safe distance from purchasing Toshibas as long as they dont take care of their customers like other companies. Thanks for sharing your experience.



    BR

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