Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook
If it is still within warranty, then take it back to the store. If not, you are better off finding a tech savvy person and have that person take the computer keyboard apart and clean it properly so the keys don't stick and actually lets go.
If you have spilled anything sticky in it or used it with sticky fingers, it will most likely be the reasons for it to happen and in that case you have voided the warranty.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take out the battery and try booting the machine on AC power only. If the machine boots up then let the operating system load up, the shut it down. Remove the AC jack and put the battery back in again, then power it up.
If it boots all is well if it doesn't then there could be a problem with the battery.
If the laptop won't start on AC power, what you could do is remove the system memory, clean the brass pins and the slots and then re-seat them/it.
Then try to turn the machine on.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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Hi the problem sound familier, Firstly unplug all the USB devices from the notebook and remove the battery and the power cable and press and hold the power button for 10 sec and then remove the memory from the notebook one by one if there is more then one and reset it agian and try to connect the notebook on power cord and check. let me know about it.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
Hi,Try doing these,turn the system upside down,the maybe two compartments,unscrew the compartment at the middle locate the RAM Chips two in number,dislodge each one after by pulling the lever at both ends slightly bring them out of the system,now select a slot of your choice and put just one in,power-up the system,if system does not come on,power down,remove RAM put the second one into the Same slot like you did the first,if system does not come on try the second slot.if after all these system still does not come on i will advise you take to qualified service personnel.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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