Question about Toshiba Satellite P105-S9337 Notebook
Indicates a dead hard drive
take it to a computer repair shop for a proper diagnosis
Posted on May 15, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't start laptop
Try booting (f8) again but instead of safe mode try 'Last known good configuration' Your Boot.ini is probably corrupt or your HDD is faulty and has bad sectors. If this is a no go, then you will need your windows cd to either repair your operating system; or a complete re install would be a better solution. As long as you can enter then bios (either DEL or F2 on startup) and enable your cd/dvd drive as the first boot device. Insert your cd and press enter to boot from cd and either press 'R' for repair or 'Enter' for complete install.
Posted on Dec 31, 2006
SOURCE: Blank Laptop Screen
sorry about posting for trouble.
similar blank screen problem with Toshiba satlite notebook but I can see the desktop with no light from lcd. so if you just see the screen it's black untill you see very close to the monitor. When it boots i can see the normal screen and it goes away blank. Any suggestion?
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
1. Can you plug something else besides your laptop into the outlet...verify you have power?
2. Is there a light on your AC adapter...when you plug it in?
3. Try removing your battery and plugging it in, and verify that your AC adapter is working (somehow, if it has no indicator light)
4. Then unplug it, put the battery back in and see if it will start.
Let us know what happens after you try these.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
SOURCE: cannot start up the laptop
That really quick flash of a blue screen is the blue screen of death and there is a possibility that the error could be memory related.
What you have to do is remove and clean the system memory and the slots the memory goes into.
Take out the battery and the AC power (if attached)
The memory will be located behind a panel underneath the laptop, unscrew the panel unclip the memory, clean the brass contacts and the slots with a clean, dry, soft paintbrush, then reseat the memory making sure it clips into place, replace the memory cover and reboot the laptop, see if it lets you into windows.
Please post back with the results and more help if needed, good luck and thanks for using FixYa!!
Posted on May 20, 2009
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