Question about Toshiba Satellite L10 Notebook
You may install the latest BIOS update for this Toshiba Satellite® L10 (A000000250) system
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found the problem. The drivers needed for the keyboard are:
provided by Dritek System Inc. Version 1.3.00
I looked at the current drivers for the keyboard. Somehow the keyboard must have been reinstalled or drivers got corrupted. I did a system restore to a time before I installed some new hardware and drivers. Then I looked at the drivers for the keyboard through the control paned =>
hardware Tab =>
Standard keyboard =>
Driver Tab =>
And found that the drivers were different except for the last one in the above list
You can update the drivers. Do a search for the first one in the list and the second one in your windows directory(search for hidden files and system files). I found the files in my system32/drivers directory. You may also find it on the disks that came with the Acer.
I have looked on-line for the first one and could not find it. perhaps a better search term swould find it. I also looked on Ace rs site.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
Was Fn+F5 working before? Why do you 'have to use with external display", because LCD no display any more or...?
If non above, you better check from BIOS and chang display to Both LCD and VGA.
If Fn+F5 was working before but not now, could be something else wrong... I need know more details....
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: Fn+F5 toggle not working
Using the "easy mode" that the computer boots to:
- go to the SETTINGS tab
- then select DESKTOP MODE
your external monitor may not be able to display the
higher resolutions available from the eeepc.
- change the selection from AUTO to MANUAL
then set it to the lowest resolution
- if that works, then increase resolution until you
find the limits of your external monitor.
if you have another monitor available, try it.
you said "like it did before" before what?
have you changed anything else?
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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