Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro 6000 Notebook
Turn on power but no startup...green indicator lights flashing and battery light is steady green.
What can be the problem for not booting up
Do I switch hard drives?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try pressing FN/F5 keys simultaneously, or the key that toggles internal/external Display. Look for the double screen Icons on the keys.
Tap the Pause Key.
Restart and press and hold F8 key when Toshiba logo appears. When the boot Menu appears, select Last Known Good Configuration.
If all else fails ther should be a reset button on the side of the LT. Consult owners Manual for location
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
You might want to go to the computer manufacturers web site and see if they have a list of error codes for you computer. If not, you might also try to do a Google search for error codes pertaining to your particular computer.
If you can't find a list of error codes, keep in mind that some computers can be very finicky about the type of RAM that is installed. If you haven't already, check to make sure that the RAM you are trying to install is 100% compatible with the computer that you have. If so, you might try installing the RAM one stick at a time and rebooting with each chip individually. This will help to determine whether one of the chips might be bad or not. If the RAM is 100% compatible - AND - it will not boot with a single stick installed, there is a distinct possibility that all of the RAM sticks could be bad.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
Hook up an external monitor and see if windows loads up, if so it might be a backlight or inverter. if you dont see anything then it might be a hardware failure
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
i would suggest using a spare monitor and connect the cord that would normally go into a computer and connect it to the laptop and then plug in the power cord for the monitor and turn on the computer if this works and everything is ok then you know that the laptop screen may be faulty or there may be a loose connection somewhere ok?
best regards michael
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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