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I can help you with your Toshiba ES1 424PDE driver problem.
Please review your make and model number information. My research is turning up Dynabook ES1 and also Techra R10-ES1 model numbers. I believe more specific model information is required to provide you with the preferred drivers. Also, operating system preference may be relevant.
hi 1) it is very risky to unlock it on your own .it involves shorting of pins on the motherboard (remove the Cmos battery and put it after 1min) clear the password OR 2) using software www.hddunlock.com to to unlock the harddisk OR 3) just got to a Toshiba authorized service center and get it Fixed my friend was charged Rs.1000
Majority of the time it's the motherboard. You can try booting the computer with the battery out and also try reseatting the memory. Other than that, there isn't much you can do. If neither one of those solutions works, then you can safely assume it's the motherboard and it will need to be replaced in order to get the laptop running again.
you have to remove several parts that cover the dvd drive enclosure the keyboard is one and the power and light display at the top of the keyboard is another section that you have to remove they pop out and are not hard to remove but be careful as they have little clips that hold them in once they are out you will be able to see what screws you need to remove.