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Locate the programming connector located in the LH trunk. Trim may have to be pulled back to access programming connector. ( Connector has black/white wires leading up to it and it is not connected to anything.)
If your remote is a Samsung, it should be able to connect to your Samsung HT-C450. Although you say it has batteries in it, those batteries may be no good and fresh ones are needed. You need to determine whether your remote can be programmed to control your Toshiba TV. Instructions for using your remote could be useful for solving this problem.
From the clicking sound and the fact that alot of your cars systems are down i would say that your battery is dead, if not bad altogether, or a terminal is loose on the battery. Check the terminals on your battery (be careful with the + (red) side and do not touch anything else metal on the car or the - (black) pole while touching it or just disconnect the - (black) for safetys sake). Check the terminals for looseness or corrosion and repair as neccisary. Then try a jumpstart but do not let the car "click" too much or you will burn out your starter. If your car's battery is indeed dead/bad you will find out within the next few times you try to turn on your car (it simply wont turn on) take the battery to a auto parts store and ask them to do a test. If the battery is ok then you can have it recharged if its bad then you will need a new one.
1.Make sure ignition is in the OFF position. 2.Locate the Programming Connector in the trunk (center of rear shelf). It is a plastic connector with two wires leading up to it. The connector is not plugged into anything. You may have to pull back trim to access the connector. 3.The programming connector should have two terminals. Connect both terminals with a suitable jumper wire. The Keyless Entry Module will lock then unlock all the door lock motors once. Make sure the terminals remain connected throughout the programming procedure. 4.Press and hold the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on the transmitter simultaneously for at least 15 seconds or until the vehicle automatically locks and unlocks the door locks. Your new remote has been accepted and all existing remote codes have been erased. 5.Repeat the previous step for each transmitter to be programmed. Do not remove jumper wire in between programming of transmitters. 6.Remove the jumper wire from the Keyless Programming Connector.
Yes, and no... at this point you haven't done any testing so anything electrical is suspect. First, you need to check obvious items such as glovebox light etc to make sure they aren't staying on...Then you need to remove one battery terminal and put an ammeter between the terminal and wire. Start pulling fuses one by one till draw shown on ammeter drops. Check to see what system that fuse serves and you can begin narrowing down the problem. If after removing all fuses the draw remains it's likely that there is an internal bleed off in the alternator. sometimes a bad diode or regulator can do that. I would first have the charging system and the new battery checked ...there are defective batteries, not often as there once were, but it can happen.
Your description of the symptom shows that your operating system installation has been corrupted. Fastest and easiest way to resolve the Issue using the "Recovery and application disk" (it comes with laptop) to perform full system recovery. I would like to remind you full system recovery will erase everything saved on Hard drive. You can check possible option on http://support.toshiba.com
If you dont have recovery and application disk you get one. You can call Toshiba @ 1-800-457-7777