Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
Received a message to download Bios to protect the battery. When trying to do so, computer froze without completing the download. No curser-- not able to turn off computer.
The bios is a very touchy thing, if you screw them up you will have a door stop. Reboot the computer and start the bios update again. This time download and save the bios update to the hard drive and then run it from there. You should never run any type of bios program from the internet, you should ALWAYS save or burn to disc, then run. The internet is entirely to unstable for such an important update, if there's a glitch or loss of connection, even only for a millisecond, it can ruin your machine. If you cannot reboot and finish the update, get back to me and i'll see if I can get you through this.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Press the "F8" key before the system boots into Windows. This BIOS screen appears.
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