I have a toshi sat m45-s351 that won't power on .. have tried more than one power adaptor, so i know it's an internal power issue .. i'm guessing at this point that the internal power supply is dead, but i'm looking for expert info .. also, could you refer me to a parts store online with decent pricing ? thnx much, rc
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Well this is unusual & interesting.. (sic)I can still see the entire window(sic) I wonder if somehow the Display Drivers have gotten Screwed up.. Try un-installing your graphics hardware Drivers,then re-install the latest Drivers for your system.
Of course B4 ya do any of that try adjusting your windows display to any other resolution and see if this changes things..
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Remove thwe new RAM and hard drive. Does it boot to the BIOS menu? If yes, add the hard drive and do the same again then add RAM and do the same. I suspect something does not fit in properly. Probably the RAM. Don't forget to initialise the hard drive if trying to format it. The System disk should take care of that.
I think it is a prob with the mother board.........no need t change RAM or hard drive........they dont cause this type of prob. Ur mother board is not accepting the shutdown command. Try the following command in command prompt:
BIOS passwords on Toshiba notebooks have to be reset by an authorized service technician who has the CD available to run the utility. Their notebooks don't contain a battery reset to erase the password. It was done as a safety feature to prevent theft from happening and it is a very good one.
If you take it into Best Buy or a computer dealer to get it done, you might have to prove that you are the new owner of the computer before it can happen.
Generally a bad hard drive, but it could also be an operating system error/glitch. Do a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc. If the repair doesn't take, then reformat the drive and install a new operating system. If you have any issues during or after the format and install, then the hard drive has failed and will need replaced.
If you forgot your password there is no way to get it unless you
take unit apart removed keyboard look for CMOS battery, if there is one on the unit take it out let unit stan d for 60 second, then put it back in, this sometime clear the cmos,, if all fail it may be your system board