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When i boot toshiba tecra p5 up on black Screen on PCI EXPRESS ERROR can't boot???? so how to fix this problem help
If you can't boot to the bios, you are in major trouble. You can try and see if the manufacturer has a bios flash program you can load on a Flash drive to flash the bios...you will have to research that on another computer, obviously.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Welcome to Fixya.
The error that you are getting pertains to a system board-related hardware issue. Please understand that there are no DIY instructions to get this problem fixed as motherboard replacement is the only solution.
I strongly suggest for you to contact Toshiba's support (follow link below) for repair options :
Toshiba Support Website
Tech Support Toll Free number : 1800 457 7777
Thanks for using Fixya.
Posted on May 25, 2011
Whatever is plugged into your PCI Express slot is defective and needs to be replaced, or re-seated (unplugged and plugged back in). Also if something went defective on the PCIE slot it may have also damaged the circuitry on the motherboard around the slot.
The Wireless network adapter may be connected via a PCIE slot. You may also have a little plastic trap door underneath your laptop where you can have access to the card. There are 2 pigtail connectors with wires that u can just pull off the terminals and then It has 2 clips on the sides of the card keeping it flat. You open the clips and it pops up in a more vertical position, then you can slide it out and reboot to see if the error is still there or not :) If its gone try plugging it back in and seeing if the problem's resolved by re-seating the card. If it works without the card installed you should buy another wireless network adapter.
Hope that helps
Posted on May 15, 2012
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