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Trying to start completely fresh on my m55-s351 and restore points dont do the trick. Is there a master reset?

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1. Restart the computer.

2. Repeatedly tap the F8 key until you see the Advanced Boot Option Screen.

3. Select Repair Your Computerand hit Enter.

4. Select your country >> OK.

5. On the System Recovery Options Screen select Restore Application.

6. Follow the on-screen instructions.

8. When prompted, select on "Full Factory Recovery"

9. Select Next >> Yes.

10. After a couple of minutes the recovery will be completed.

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No signal


1.Turn the device off and back on. Most service issues are due to old, timed-out registrations that have dropped you from the network. By power-cycling the phone, a new registration is acquired and signal should be restored.
2.Perform a Master Reset. If power-cycling did not restore your service, the problem may be due to a software issue. Doing a master reset will revert the software back to factory standards, restoring your service by removing bugs that may have developed over time. Generally this is done by pressing "Menu," "Settings," "Initial Setup" and "Master Reset." However, steps may vary from device to device so refer to your user manual for different steps if needed.
3.Perform a Master Clear. If the master reset did not restore your service, the software issue at work may be severe. In this case, it is necessary to completely wipe all information from the device and install a fresh copy of the operating system using the Master Clear function. Press "Menu," "Settings," "Initial Setup" and "Master Clear." Again, steps may differ from phone to phone, so consult your user manual as needed.
4.If the software resets did not restore your service, it's possible that the cellular radio has ceased functioning correctly. Contact your carrier for repair, replacement or exchange if it is still under warranty. Your carrier can advise you of the options you may have.

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Not able to make or recieve calls


Hello

Check if there is network on your phone,if there isnt you may just have to go to a n area with clear network or maybe it is just a network problem

Turn the device off and back on. Most service issues are due to old, timed-out registrations that have dropped you from the network. By power-cycling the phone, a new registration is acquired and signal should be restored.
Perform a Master Reset. If power-cycling did not restore your service, the problem may be due to a software issue. Doing a master reset will revert the software back to factory standards, restoring your service by removing bugs that may have developed over time. Generally this is done by pressing "Menu," "Settings," "Initial Setup" and "Master Reset." However, steps may vary from device to device so refer to your user manual for different steps if needed.

Perform a Master Clear. If the master reset did not restore your service, the software issue at work may be severe. In this case, it is necessary to completely wipe all information from the device and install a fresh copy of the operating system using the Master Clear function. Press "Menu," "Settings," "Initial Setup" and "Master Clear." Again, steps may differ from phone to phone, so consult your user manual as needed.

If the software resets did not restore your service, it's possible that the cellular radio has ceased functioning correctly. Contact your carrier for repair, replacement or exchange if it is still under warranty. Your carrier can advise you of the options you may have

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No service


  • Turn the device off and back on. Most service issues are due to old, timed-out registrations that have dropped you from the network. By power-cycling the phone, a new registration is acquired and signal should be restored.
  • Perform a Master Reset. If power-cycling did not restore your service, the problem may be due to a software issue. Doing a master reset will revert the software back to factory standards, restoring your service by removing bugs that may have developed over time. Generally this is done by pressing "Menu," "Settings," "Initial Setup" and "Master Reset." However, steps may vary from device to device so refer to your user manual for different steps if needed.
  • Perform a Master Clear. If the master reset did not restore your service, the software issue at work may be severe. In this case, it is necessary to completely wipe all information from the device and install a fresh copy of the operating system using the Master Clear function. Press "Menu," "Settings," "Initial Setup" and "Master Clear." Again, steps may differ from phone to phone, so consult your user manual as needed.
  • If the software resets did not restore your service, it's possible that the cellular radio has ceased functioning correctly. Contact your carrier for repair, replacement or exchange if it is still under warranty. Your carrier can advise you of the options you may have.
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    I think it is a prob with the mother board.........no need t change RAM or hard drive........they dont cause this type of prob. Ur mother board is not accepting the shutdown command.
    Try the following command in command prompt:

    shutdown /s /f

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    Satellite (A75S206) runs well from outlet but never from battery. Was told that mobo can't accept dc. Need new mobo. True?


    hello loyd516,

    Have you tried a new battery? They are much much cheaper, and a whole lot easier to replace than a motherboard.

    Here are replacement batteries that I found searching with Google.
    http://www.google.com/products?q=Satellite+A75-S206+battery&hl=en

    According to Toshiba, there has been a battery recall for your specific model.
    If that is the case I would definitely contact Toshiba support about it. Maybe you will get a free battery out of the deal. Who knows.
    Here is the link and the list(your model is highlighted)
    http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/bulletin.jsp?soid=1501060
    Sony Battery Pack Recall Programs Document ID: 98082080 Posted Date: 10/10/06 Last Updated: 10/30/08 Operating System: N/A Category: Battery Distribution: Public
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