Question about Toshiba Satelite A10 Notebook
You need to press escape after pressing the power button to access the BIOS. press the home key to reset all the default values. In the upper right hand corner you should see the boot sequence. if the hdd is listed as the first option press end to save the configuration and exit.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sep 07, 2012 | Lenovo 3000 Y410 Laptop
That's where you need to check to get solution to your problem, if not... try these
1. your settings in your bios
2. faulty cable/wire to your media device (hard drive, cd/dvd rom, etc)
3. The cmos battery (which indirectly points to your bios settings)
Hope this helps!
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