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Hi, if the computer have the Toshiba Assist function, then you be able to configure, the (buttons). Go to "All Programs" from the Start menu, scroll to find the Toshiba ("file"), open file and select, Utilities, in the next window, click on the "Toshiba Assit" icon. Next, select the Toshiba Button... you can set-up the buttons configurations. "If the solution helped? Rating it is appreciated, thanks"
The BIOS password is removed by the BIOS configuration, you need the BIOS password to get into the BIOS configuration.
But if you do not have the BIOS password then you need to construct this dongle device.
TOSHIBA BIOS PASSWORD DONGLE
You can build a dongle that plugs into the printer port.
Purchase a 25 pin male D sub connector and solder insulated wires to the various pins as listed below. The pins are numbered on the connector
http://www.tilman.de/sonstiges/toshiba/dongle1.jpg this is a picture of the finished dongle
Wire the pins as follows :-
Plug the finished dongle in the printer port and power up the laptop. The password will be reset, go into the BIOS configuration to check the BIOS password, you may have to disable the BIOS password.
Simply, format that Partition of Hard disk in which Operating system is installed and then install a fresh copy of Operating System ( like Windows Xp or VISTA ) ... and also provide new password while configuring new installation. And tell these new passwords to Owner... this is the only way you are left with...rate this solution if it was really helpful to you...
Assuming you are in XP: Start in safe mode and either try to fix your Configuration (did you installed anything conflicting with you WLAN card?) or simply disable the card from your configuration in Control panel, system, Hardware tab, Device manager Check if an updated driver exists for your card: latest SP3 is sometime conflicting with older device drive. Let me know if working and do not forget to rate the solution
Ok, if your using Vista, what i want you to do is right click "computer" select "manage"
and then "device manager", then click on the + sign next to "network
adapters" and right click on the wireless network and "un-install" the
device, reboot the PC and wait for windows to detect the wireless
card and install the drivers for it, this will appear in the system
tray (bottom right hand side) when its done try to connect again
To reinstall the complete system you need CD that came with the computer, You can get from Toshiba by calling 1-800-457-7777. For the drivers for each device you can download free of charge from http://support.toshiba.com Hope that will fix your problem. If you need further assistance please post your question