I have a toshiba a75 s-206 that when i turn it on it loads the toshiba screen where it says the name and then it shuts off and it will do that every time i turn it on. idk what the problem is please helppppppppppp!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Instructions1 Click "Start" then "Turn off" or "Shut down" and click the prompt to shut your computer off completely. Let the computer remain off for a few seconds. 2 Hold down the "0" (zero) key on your keyboard and press the power button. 3 Release the power button but hold the "0" until the system restore screen loads. 4 Select "Restore the original factory image" by pressing "1" on your keyboard. In some models, you may be able to click the appropriate restore setting. Press "Yes" or "Next" to continue. 5 Restart the computer when the recovery is complete by pressing any key. The computer will let you know when it is safe to do so. Thanks
When your toshiba splash screen is showing on startup, press F8 continuously, then you should get some options, go to the one that says safe mode. After loading windows in safe mode click start, search, and type system restore. Open system restore, find a date where your pc was working correctly and click restore. If this doesn't do it on the toshiba spash screen (if you have a new enough laptop) there will be an option called system recovery usually f11 key, this will restore your pc back to its factory state and should resolve any problems your having. If you don't have that option go to https://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/serviceUnitVerification.jsp and see if you can order a set of recovery disc's for your model, they usually run from $25-$30. Hope this helps.
To access safe mode in Windows: From a completely powered down state, turn on the computer. At the Toshiba splash screen, start tapping the F8 key (top row of your keyboard). This will load a menu selection that has safe mode. Use the arrow key to highlight safe mode and then hit return. A mess of text will load on the screen and then a few moments later the computer should ask you to confirm you want safe mode.
it need to update your system bios, download its bios from internet. and start your laptop in safe mode. ( for this when your computer start press F8). and install bios. your problem will solve. For more details and information link is here
Re seat hard drive, and memory. tap F8 while the laptop is booting to go the safe mode. If it boots in to safe mode, you can run "Error checking" by clicking on computer> C: drive> properties> tools> error checking. Follow on screen instructions from there.
In your operating system it may have a different name. Please rate this information high if it was of help. thanks
I believe you are running Windows Vista. If you are, your system has suffered a crash. If you have the recovery discs, you're going to have to first attempt to fix the boot record. If this doesn't work, then you're going to have to do a destructive restore.
You'll lose all the data. If you don't have any recovery discs, contact Toshiba. If it is under warranty, they'll send you a copy of the discs. They may charge about 40 dollars.
Just make sure that you can read off the product key to them, otherwise I don't think that they can help you.
This problem is likely caused by overheating. The CPU reaches a temp to high and shuts the system down. When you try to turn it on the system is still to hot and it will not let the computer power on. You can try blowing out the fans and heat sink with an air compressor or can of compressed air. If this does not help the problem you may need to have thermal compound reapplied. If that does not fix it it will need a new heatsink/fan/