Question about Toshiba E-Studio 3511 Color Copier
The printer boots up fine and then stays at warming up please wait. The buttons on the lcd are unresponsive except the copy botton.
How do you do a reboot/warm reboot??? I can't find an answer anywhere. Thanks!
Posted on Sep 30, 2011
Since the copy button works I would eliminate the printer from the equation. First remove the software from it's own uninstaller "if possible" or go into add/remove programs in the control panel and remove it. Then re instal it being mindfull of any questions or extra features it may ask you. Reboot and retry. If it still isn't working make sure you have drivers for the operating system you are using, and that it's not being blocked by your firewall or virus program. Sometims if a device connects to the internet in order to function it gets blocked by either windows or third party software. The warming up issue is just telling me that it's not working, nor necessarily that it's waming up. Let me know if this doesn't work and we can try something else. Also make sure you do a windows update if you are using windows. And also try another port, sometimes some usb ports are finicky so lets eliminate that too.
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The loop on your Toshiba Satellite laptop refers to the computer not booting properly.
During the loop, the computer will try to boot the Windows operating system and keep restarting over and over again.
This is not a hardware issue with your Toshiba Satellite A106.
The issue resides in the startup files on your computer's hard drive.
You can fix this by running a repair tool that comes with your Windows operating system.
This repair tool will fix your startup disk and allow you to get your computer back up and running.
Insert your Windows 7 installation disc into your computer's optical drive.
Start your computer and wait for it to boot from the install disc.
Choose your language from the menu and then click the "Next" button.
Click "Repair your computer" from the menu.
Choose the operating system you are using and then click the "Next" button.
Click on the "Disable Automatic Restart On System Failure" button to disable the startup loop.
Click the "Startup Repair" tool from the menu and wait for the computer to fix your startup disk.
Wait for the computer to finish repairing your startup disk and then allow it to restart automatically.
Wait for the computer to boot correctly to your login screen.
Hope this helps
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