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I'm running an old Toshiba A45-S121 overseas. Will it run on 220 power with no damage? I have no manual and it doesn't say on the markings. I have both a step-down transoformer and a plug adapter.

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As long as you plug it with the given power adapter, the laptop will work fine.

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I formatted my toshiba satellite a45-s121 laptop then i downloaded the drivers and insalled them but now it won,t work on wireless it keeps saying a network cable is unplugged could u please tell me what...


have you checked if you have downloaded the correct driver....??because in most cases that happens if you have installed a wrong driver....hope if this works

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I can't find the place to add memory on a toshiba A45-S121.


You can view the user manual here. Click on 'Users Guide' and the the section on adding more memory begins on page 65. It looks like it's located under the keyboard, so you have to carefully pry the piece of just above the keyboard. There's screws underneath that which hold the keyboard in place. Remove these screws and and flip the keyboard onto its face. The memory modules are covered by a plastic sheet.

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Built in card reader freezes up the computer when it is used . Toshiba Satellite A45. laptop.


Could be some dust got in and is causing a short? try using a toothpick to dislodge any such. Also check Device Manager (Right Click on My Computer/ Properties/ Hardware and if there is a Question Mark on one of the devices click there and reinstall the device.

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Should a toshiba a45 s121 mb post without memory installed?


No. The A45 series (and the near identical A40 series) have no base memory: at least one of the two RAM sockets underneath the keyboard needs to be populated for it to post.

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Need nic card driver to get online-(toshiba satellite a45-s121)


On the web, go to Toshiba.com and select your country. Look for support or downloads then choose your computer. You should get to a page that has all the latest downloads for your computer. You may want to download them all as they will be the latest, and install them.

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For installing Driver


where do i get the MOTHERBOARD driver for TOSHIBA SATELLITE A45-S121 ??

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