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  • CampinFamily May 11, 2010

    what kind of cd are u trying to read? will it read a music cd? or a dvd movie? or are you trying to read a cdrw or a dvdrw?

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Installed new hard drive p105 s6064 now cd drive wont work dont have recovery discs


Dell recovery will not work in a Toshiba Laptop. Just make sure the boot order is set to CD/DVD driver first that will automatically start the CD/DVD driver when disc is loaded.

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I have a Toshiba Satellite P105-S6227, when I turn it on, it does one of two things, it either just shows Toshiba in bold letters, and never directs me to my password screen (but the screen is working), or...


Reads like you have a hardware system fault. Check your RAM chips are seated properly and test your HDD using a linux liveCD and running diagnostics tests (UBCD4Win is good for this too).
The other task would be to update/reflash the BIOS.

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Display goes dark and has to be rebooted


firstly start your computer in the safe mode then restore all the settings if it doesnt start then format only c drive by bootable cd if it doesnt work then mail me at vicky.akon11@gmail.com

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My Toshiba will not read a cd/dvd. I can't seem


rollback driver-or disconnect dvd/ram and reconnect

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I have a Toshiba laptop, model #P105-S6227. When


Leave battery out and use power supply, if that works battery is faulty. If not it maybe a hardware fault. Do you hear a beep when it starts?? If not could be faulty ram / video / mobo.

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Here are the specs on your drive...

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Buffer 2 MB OEM Hitachi-LG Connection ATA Slimline yes_icon.jpg write speed
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My cd dvd drive dont work?


replace the drive. I had the same problem and got a nice one from e-bay.

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Drivers


Hi,

Here is the link to download your drivers.
Just select your operating system and download.

Satellite® P105-S6227

DON'T FORGET TO RATE !!!

Thanks

Mar 12, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite P105-S6227 Notebook

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How can i recover my laptop to factory settings?



Applicable Models: Satellite L15-S104, L15-S1041, L20-S310TD, L20-SP231, L25-S119, L25-S1194, L25-S1217, L25-S1213, L25-S1215, L25-S1216, L25-S1196, L25-S1211, L25-S1214, L25-S1212, L25-S121, L25-S1193, L25-S1192, L25-S1195, L35-SP1011, L35-S2366, L35-S2316, L35-S2206, L35-S2194, L35-S2174, L35-S2171, L35-S2161, L35-S2151, L35-S1054, P100-ST7111, P100-ST9212, P100-ST9712, P100-ST9742, P100-ST9772, P100-ST9762, P100-ST9752, P100-ST1072, P100-ST9732, P100-ST1071, P100-ST9412, P100-ST9612, P100-ST9012, P100-ST7211, P105-S921, P105-S931, P105-S9339, P105-S9337, P105-S6227, P105-S6217, P105-S6134, P105-S6124, P105-S6114, P105-S6104, P105-S6102, P105-S9722, P105-S6062, P105-S6022, P105-S6084, P105-S6064, P105-S6034, P105-S6024, P105-S6158, P105-S6148, P105-S6207, P105-S6197, P105-S6187, P105-S6177, P105-S6167, P105-S6157, P105-S6147, P105-S6074, P105-S6054, P105-S9312, P105-S6014, P105-S6002, P105-S6004, P105-S6012 << hideThe printed instructions included with the Recovery and Applications/Drivers Media disc are correct for most computer models. For some models, however -- including those listed above -- booting from the Recovery disc requires pressing the F12 key, rather than the 'C' key. The instructions below are correct for these models.
CAUTION: The Recovery process reformats the computer's hard disk drive, which completely erases its contents -- including all applications, all documents, and all other data stored on the drive. Be sure to back up your documents and other data before following the instructions below.
Follow these steps to erase the current contents of the hard disk drive and to re-install all of the software that was installed on the computer when it was manufactured:
1. With the computer on, insert the first Recovery disc into the optical drive.
2. Shut down the computer (click the Start button, click Shut Down, select Shut Down, click OK).
3. Press the computer's power button to turn the computer on, and then immediately press and hold the F12 key. Release the F12 key when the menu of boot options appears.
4. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the CD/DVD option. Press the Enter key to select it.
The computer will restart, and will boot from the Recovery disc.
5. Follow the instructions on the screen to start the Recovery process.
CAUTION: Once the Recovery process has begun, do not interrupt it.

The computer's hard drive will be formatted, erasing its contents. All of the software that was installed on the computer when it was manufactured will then be re-installed.
6. Once the Recovery process is complete, remove the Recovery disc, and press any key to restart the computer.
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