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Satellite pro boots up sometimes but not most

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Connection problem from power board to mainboard connector..try jumpering with a thin wire,or magnetic wire..as a replacement to a deffective connector,,I already try it,,and work fine until now..

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How can i access the bios


Press F2 just before it boots up. Sometimes it is F10 or Esc

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MY TOSHIBA SATELLITE PRO LAPTOP WONT GO PAST THE WINDOWS XP LOGO SCREEN AND HAS BEEN FROZEN LIKE THAT FOR HOURS BUT THE LOADING BAR IS STILL MOVING


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Nov 24, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook

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I can not boot my satellite L 300.I try almost everything and after turn on only screen with "toshiba leading inovation and after this just black screen


As you boot the laptop, press the F2 button when it displays start up options.
When you are in the menu arrow through to the last screen where it asks you whether to save default setting, select default and press F10.
Make sure there is no disk in your DVD ROM drive and go for a re boot.
They seem to latch up sometimes especially when there is a CD or DVD in the drive.
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My toshiba satellite pro 6100 will not turn on. The battery light and power light turns green but it will not turn on.


The problem could be your display. Use the VGA port on the side of your laptop to connect it to a computer monitor, this will let you know if your system is posting or not. (If you see the Boot Screen it is posting).

May 19, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite Pro 6100 Notebook

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Cant get into the BIOS on toshiba satellite pro 6000i've tried several things on boot up but the only thing i can get to is boot order.


press F8 after u press the power on button...it will get u into BIOS....if ur F8 function key is not working then try Alt Del together....

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There are usaually a standard to getting into BIOS at boot up. Sometimes you have to be quick.
Tha most common keys to press are as follows

1. F1
2. F2
3. F10
4. F12
5. Del

Try those. not all together try a different one on each boot. you must do it during post, and if echo is turned off it is just a timing issue. It must be pressed before O.S. post screen, ie. " Windows" shows on screen.

Let us know if this helped you.

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