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Toshiba laptop satellite a75 s209 when i turn on, won't start

Toshiba laptop satellite a75 s209 when i turn on, it beeps 7 times, won't start

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  • Matt May 11, 2010

    Are all 7 beeps the same length? Does the screen display any BIOS information? The beeps indicate the nature of the problem, but they vary based on BIOS manufacturer and BIOS version. Toshiba, interestingly enough, does not provide "Beep Code" information on their website, so I will need to know what the BIOS is before attempting to locate a solution.



    Matt

  • Maurice B Thomas
    Maurice B Thomas May 11, 2010

    Try it again, and note whether and which beeps are longer or shorter, until you can resolve the code into a
    uniform series of long beeps and short.

    Here is what I mean:




    Beep Code

    Description / What to Check




    1-1-1-3

    Verify Real Mode.




    1-1-2-1

    Get CPU type.




    1-1-2-3

    Initialize system hardware.




    1-1-3-1

    Initialize chipset registers with initial POST values.




    1-1-3-2

    Set in POST flag.




    1-1-3-3

    Initialize CPU registers.




    1-1-4-1

    Initialize cache to initial POST values.




    1-1-4-3

    Initialize I/O.




    1-2-1-1

    Initialize Power Management.




    1-2-1-2

    Load alternate registers with initial POST values.




    1-2-1-3

    Jump to UserPatch0.




    1-2-2-1

    Initialize keyboard controller.




    1-2-2-3

    BIOS ROM checksum.




    1-2-3-1

    8254 timer initialization.




    1-2-3-3

    8237 DMA controller initialization.


  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    Turn the laptop on but it won't continue. Was working OK last night.

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Hope these helped you.

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Here is a website that will tell you the beeps and give an explination http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

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