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Anonymous Posted on May 27, 2007

Battery does not charge

My battery will not charge....I have replaced it same result

  • Anonymous May 27, 2007

    Does this reset the charge......went to 15% and stay there

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Look for a tiny pinhole and insert a pin while powered up to reset the device

  • Anonymous May 30, 2007

    it should reset the micro chip to factory default code settings including basic utility codes to charge the battery. look for firmware upgrade download on Toshiba website

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