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How do I upgrade my bios for toshiba laptop ?
Why do you want to update the BIOS of your laptop? Be careful about updating your BIOS because it might cause your computer to crash.
Or are you trying to update the drivers in your computer?
If you are having some issues with its performance, then you need to update all the outdated drivers in your computer. I know that it's a total headache if you do the update manually but don't worry because there are Automatic PC Updater like RadarSync
. It will scan and update all outdated drivers in your computer.
I hope this helps!
on Feb 13, 2013
I loaned laptop to daughter they forgot password .
How to remove the lost MASTER password.
It can be done but to tell all how to
do it will remove the security of a password as it is confidential
information supplied under agreement with the manufacturer and his
Take it to your dealer, he can do it without any problem.
Or try this link:
If you have lost
windows password, the best thing for you is creating a password
reset disk.Actually,when you add a password to your pc,the
first thing you should do is creating a disk in case you lost the
password.But how to make a password reset disk after you have lost
the password ? Follow these
You need to prepare:
CD/DVD or USB flash drive
2.A computer which can link to
3.A program called Windows
Then let's begin
Step 1.Login to a PC which
can link to internet,Download and install the program from in that
Step 2.Run the program and burn to CD/DVD OR USB flash
Step 3.Turn to your locked PC,insert the newly create CD or
USB to your drive.Reboot the Computer
and then follow the instructions,it is very easy to use.
on Apr 27, 2011
How do i remove and replace my keyboard for
Agree with LaptopRepair. The procedure for Keyboard removal is pretty close.
Wanted to add information on the FFC connector though.
If you have never dealt with a Flat Flex Cable connector, you are going to be in the dark, and could break something.
1) The flat cable from the Keyboard to the motherboard, is a Flat Flex Cable.
2) The connector on the motherboard the FFC connects to, is an FFC connector.
3) The Flat Flex Cable removes FROM the FFC connector.
> Just the flat flex cable, comes out of the connector on the motherboard.
Again, The flat cable by itself comes out of the connector, with no connector on it.
4) The FFC connector on the motherboard, does not come away from the motherboard. It is attached to the motherboard.
The FFC connector on the motherboard does not come apart in two pieces.
It opens to release the flat flex cable.
The FFC connector ONLY opens so far.
(1/8th inch ?) It is a two piece connector, but does Not come apart.
Looking at the FFC connector, you will spot a parting line going across the middle.
The top half of the connector looks like a fat T.
The two tabs on either side at the top of the Top half, make the T head shape.
These two tabs are pushed towards the LCD screen.
Ease one tab up a little, then ease the other tab up.
This opens the connector, and allows the flat flex cable to come out.
Install the flat flex cable from the New Keyboard, in the same direction as the old Keyboard's flat flex cable.
One side of the flat flex cable has exposed copper strips. (Contacts)
The other side does not.
Be sure to install the flat flex cable of the Keyboard in the correct orientation.
Do not rate this information. Just added info.
on Dec 03, 2010
Hi my name is Jose
You need to use either system restore, or download a free registry cleaner like ccleaner which you can get for free from filehippo
on Nov 05, 2010
Screen works when it wants to. the laptop will be
From what you wrote, more than likely the lcd cable is loose / damaged. Take the lcd casing apart, check the back of the lcd to make sure the cable is nice and secure, do the same with the other end that connects to the motherboard, test the lcd out BEFORE you put everything back together to determine where the problem is ;)
on Oct 10, 2010
Downloaded The Recovery CD's Went
Hello sir, hi, this error could be several, so check this one by one:
- make sure your pc boots on the hard drive, not floppy, or other boot devices.
- If you are setting up windows boot from the CD drive.
- check your HARD DRIVE, this may be due to failure, format it using a low level format utility like disk manager.
- re-seat Hard Drive cables. use another cable if necessary.
on Sep 16, 2010
Lap top wont start up
first download an antivirus or anti malware, then run it into safemode, scan your laptop., then if this thing did not help, the solution to youre problem is to restore it to default factory settings.
on Jun 26, 2010
On start up files never stop loading
Click on Start
Click on RUN
from the window Click on STARTUP tab
UnCheck all the programs related to Adobe,Java,Yahoo, MSN etc and Any update related programs,
Click Apply or OK, Restart the PC
Once you restart You will get a window of System Configuration. Click on Do not show me this window again.
Incase you find anything missing or going wrong after rebooting. Open MSCONFIG and put check on the application in STartup tab
on Jun 26, 2010
Toshiba A205-S5879 laptop won't boot
Please resort to your installation discs that came originally with your computer package. Those install discs can be used as recovery discs. Try to do an OS repair install from those discs. If the problem still persists, I would suggest to wipe and format the hard disk and start a clean installation again. I understand your warranty expired but if it was only let's say three days ago, it should still be disputed. If your new installation doesn't work either, then I would suggest you contact your supplier to work out a replacement of your hard disk. Good luck.
on Feb 05, 2010
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