Can't get windows 98se to install on satellite pro 4600, it goes through all the rituals then just keeps failing ti accept its got windows on board, I would like to know how to reset the toshiba system settings back to the factory defaults please ??
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You select custom if you want to either delete any old operating systems and format the drive first. If you want to keep all your old data select Upgrade. Other wise in the custom menu select each partiton and select delete. Then select the hard drive click New, Ok and next and the install will start.
Memory Upgrade for Toshiba Satellite Pro
4600 800 Laptop, the Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600 800 Laptop takes the
PC100 SDRAM SODIMMs. 256MB module must be 1" in height or less Memory
Type, and comes installed with 128 MB (removable) of
Memory. You can upgrade your Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600
800 Laptop to up to a maximum of
512 MB Memory, the system has 2 sockets to install
Memory, already with 128 MB (removable) standard Memory
installed. For best Laptop performance use the maximum amount of allowed
Memory per slot for your Laptop.
You can obtain your models service manual with instructions for how to replace and upgrade memory from this link. http://www.givemefile.net/smanuals/notebooks/toshiba/file/31033.html
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burn it to a disk put it in the disk drive turn off unit then fire it up and hold down the f10 button choose from cd and follow the instructions if you can not succeed then go to best buy spend 29.99 and have the geek squad reset it for you.
You're going to have to narrow it down by removing components. Start by removing the hard drive, if the clicking stops then you know that it's a component that needs or uses the operating system. If it stops then put the hard drive back and remove other components, CD drive, keyboard, etc... until you can either locate exactly where it's coming from or it stops. The CD drive could be the culprit, and removing the keyboard will expose some of the inner workings so you can hear it better and possibly find what it is. This isn't a simple fix, it will take a little effort, but I believe you will find the problem, this is the exact same way that I would do it if you were to bring the computer to my shop.
What OS are you running on the system? Did you recently install any hardware? If there is a recent hardware install, remove it and try powering on the system on.
If this fails, then you'll need the restore CDs/DVDs from the manufacturer. This will bring the laptop to it's factory default installation. Before doing so, I recommend purchasing a hard-drive enclosure for a laptop hard-drive and backup all important data.