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Every time i start my pc i always get error: pci on motherboard bus:6 device: 01 function: 00. it will not go any further until i hit F1 to continue.
tried recovery and application disk and still get same thing on startup. what is going on with this and what am i to do? please help...Honey

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  • Anonymous Jun 06, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem with my A100 - the techs at work told me it could be a CMOS battery issue, I took it to a computer repair shop (highly recommended private shop) and they said, we are familiar with this problem, it's the motherboard. Gone gone gone. HD integrity is OK so the data can be recovered but is it worth $200 for a new motherboard? Maybe...only you can say.



    ;-)

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Send it back to Toshiba you have a Motherboard issue

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