Question about Toshiba Satellite Computers & Internet
Unsure why after entering password 2-3 times next time would be rejected and request new one . That's why I have so many and then was told I had to many changes in short time and was canceled Have not been able to get into my 2 gmail accounts I KEPT GETTING error messages that needed new kept repeating several days and then was refused password after about three uses and would have to make new password and the cycle kept repeating for few weeks and then would not allow me to continue
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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This is normally a motherboard issue. I had one with the same symptoms and I had to replace the motherboard. Worked great after the board was replaced. I had to replace the board because unlike your issue mine stopped working all together. It did take a while before it quit though. Just a note: I have had to replace several of these motherboards for customers as well. If your LCD is broken, you may be better off to save your data and put it in a new laptop that would include a warranty unless your super fond of the machine or you have access to inexpensive parts.
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Posted on Feb 15, 2009
It seems that a bios password keeps you locked out. Try entering the bios (del or F2 during the boot) and get back to defaults or reset the password.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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ok ..I even read the oher comments and it seams that you are fuzzy in this matter ..
the recovery cd that came with the laptop is a cd ..that gets the computer to the way it came from the factory ....but!!!!! if you have more than one partition ...all the files should be kept in the other one in the moment you make the recovery ..cause if you do it ..no matter which kind ...this will erase the C partition clean ..reinstall (repair) the files for teh operating system and the drivers..eventual the programs for maintenance that was in the pc first ..but no other programs or so ...
you might even have a partition for the recovery ..and that one is accessible by pressing f11 on boot the way you actually enter bios set-up with f2.. ..but only if it is functional will work and will bring the pc ..in the stage it was when first installed..clean ..but no data-s in the D or other partition but C will be lost ..
the system recovery tool appeared in that day probably as a result of pressing that F 11 key by mistake ..or cause the operating system was damaged and could not boot anymore...
If the system is not functional at this moment the way to do is to insert the disk ..and boot from cd ...this is done ..by pressing any key when iot asks ..if the boot order is seted..or ..by changing in BIOS the boot sector order...and choose it to boot from cd if available first ..and than from hdd...save by pressing f10 and after that you can boot directly from the recovery cd ..and let it run and do the job ...
if in the present the system is not functional ...and you have important data on the C drive ... you can not move them ..and to retrieve you have to either use a operating system that boots from cd directly ..( I mean a system that is on a cd and open a windows from it ..and you can operate the partitions..I will link such one if you want) or ..to remove the hdd and hook it in another computer to get the data ...and after that put it back and run the recovery...
in any meanings ..if you run the recovery with no data lost ..if it is available ...even if it tells you that this is deleting and replacing files it refers at the system files of the windows..and not the fils on the C partition ..(my doc or else)..
so ...if you do not have important data ..or have but you afford to loose in case ..... you just boot from recovery cd ..and restore the computer ..following the guide..
or ..you can even try to restore the computer by pressing the F11 on boot ..and this will action with the recovery partition on the Hdd..without the cd ...probably the cd will be asked for the drivers if it is the case..
or ...here is a link with a image file for ..vista home...edition...you download it ..and burn with Nero on a dvd...by double clicking the image direct ..it will open nero by itself ..and make a bootable vista cd ..with this dvd..you can boot from disk ...and install the computer clean ...or choose when it asks..to repair the existing OS...so you do not loose anything but it will just replace the system files..without formating the C partition..
here is the vista download link
read the instructions before ..it says how to boot from it ..and how to burn it on the disk..
This I think covered all your questions ...and I wish you good luck ..I hope its helpful
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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