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BIOS STUCK OF TOSHIBA L305D-S5934 NOTEBOOK NOTHING HAPPENS IF PRESS F2 OR F12...PLEASE HELP

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Try upgrading ur BIOS from flashdisk...

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F2 and f12 keys do not function


Is this your laptop?
If it is then First check your system resolution .
And also check the flex cable which can effect your display if it is cut off.....

And if it is desktop then check system resolution..i think it may be effect of resolution...

If you need any kind of technical assistance you can contact support cell at http://www.vtechsquad.com/

Nov 19, 2012 | Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5934 Notebook

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Hi, I have a problem with my Toshiba Satellite L305D. I clear a BIOS password, and I need the built-in HDD passwoard. Could you help me please. Thank you.


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if you have just cleared the bios password
i think if you go back and do the same for the hdd password it should work

power up pressing F2 then use arrow keys to go to security and click on hdd password
and try to disable it

Feb 01, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5914 Notebook

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Toshiba satellite l305-s5933 have up at startup with blck screen background and tioshiba writing and the centre. asks to press F2 to go to setup or f12 to go to boot manager but when you press nothing...


Sounds like a corrupt bios to me. Download the latest for your particular laptop from the Tosh site and create a bootable usb with the relevant flash file. Restart and then try to access the bios again from F2

Mar 15, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite L305-S5933 Notebook

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I have a toshiba satellite L305d-S5934 laptop and when i turn it on all i get is a black screen and sound from when its coming on but nothing shows on the screen how can i fix that


Look carefully at the screen, you should see some very faint images while its booting up. IF this is the case you need to replace the inverter.

Mar 13, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5934 Notebook

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I have toshiba satellite L305d-s5934, Blue screen error appear and hang, when i boot or when i press F2 to enter bios... if i full out the hard disk the computer says: no bootable disk and if i press F2 to...


Sounds like your HDD may have gone bad. What is the name/number of the blue screen error? Google it and see what it means. It may be possible to reinstall the operating system to the original factory settings using the recovery partition (this is usually accessed by tapping F10 or F11 while booting, although I read somewhere that you might be able to gain access to the Toshiba recovery partition by pressing "0" (zero) while the computer is powering on).

You can try to recover the computer to factory settings. If your hard drive has enough life left on it, you might be able to then clone it to a new drive. Drive Image XML is a free software that will do this for you (get that from www.download.com). This way, when you clone the drive, you will also clone the recovery partition, so you don't lose that option. Once you have a new hard drive up and running, use the Toshiba Utility to make System Recovery Disks for the future.

One more thing: If you have recently upgraded/replaced the RAM - this might be your problem. Put the original RAM back in and see if the computer boots. If so, you found the culprit.

Feb 26, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5881 Notebook

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Bios stuck on my toshiba L305D-S5934 it not doing nothin when pressing F2 or F12 but CTRL/ALT/DELETE then it just restarts.. i took out RAM, then computer will not boot up replace ram one at a time bios...


u can re-set the BIOS by removing the BIOS battery, the BIOS battery(wrist watch cell) is the size of a Dime inside the laptop, so you need to open the laptop, i suggets you visit a technician to do this.
Try doing the following also.
remove the power adaptor and remove the battery from the notebook, keep pressing the power button for 3 - 4 mins. Refit the battery / power and re-start.

Dec 07, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5934 Notebook

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How do i reset the bios password on a toshiba satellite L305d-s5934 labtop


Usually, there is the CMOS battery located in your laptop's main board. You just have to take that battery off for like 3 minutes and then return it back. You will have to open your laptop's screws underneath. If this laptop is still under warranty, do not open it as it will revoke the warranty seal. Just take if to an authorized service center and let them do it for you for free.

Nov 05, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5934 Notebook

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