A few days ago I tried to turn on my laptop but got a blank screen with a blue box in the center telling me to enter a password. I have tried every password that has ever been on this computer and have no idea how to fix it. Need help!!
Hey as jimmie is saying the password is in the bios so if you are able to open your laptop and locate a jumper called CMOS remove for like 30seconds that will clear your bios then return it and you will be able to bott without any problems
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1. Take out the battery and AC adapter, unplugged from the wall, enusre the laptop is fully powered off. 2. Remove those screws with a T-8 or Phillips screwdriver. 3. Turn the laptop back over and open it up. Check and see if the Toshiba Satellite A85-S107 keyboard is tucked under any plastic pieces. If so, find them if those plastic pieces are screwed into anything, and unfasten them as well. If not, it probably uses clamps that can easily be removed. 4. Remove the plastic pieces carefully. 5. Unscrew any screws at the top (if necessary) and remove the keyboard itself from top to bottom. You'll notice that the keyboard is connected with a thin, but wide, data cable to the system board at the bottom. 6. Disconnect the data cable attachment of the keyboard which will sever all the remaining attachments of the laptop keyboard with the laptop computer motherboard. To remove this cable, you have to just carefully pull it out from the socket to which it is attached. Then you can lift out the entire keyboard out of the laptop. 7. Take the new Toshiba Satellite A85-S107 keyboard out of the plastic and place it inside with the right orientation, attach the data cable. 8. Refasten the keyboard in place at the top. 9. If you had to remove any plastic pieces, carefully snap them back in and replace any screws you had to remove. 10. Turn the laptop over and replace all of the keyboard screws. 11. Put the laptop battery back in place and switch it on to check Toshiba Satellite A85-S107 keyboard functionality. If everything has gone according to plan, you should be ready to type away!
when ya boot it up...press F8 a bunch of times and try to go to safe mode and try to copy all your files to a hard drive and then put the disk that came with your computer in, and reinstall your operating system and that usually works for me
maybe your driver is not working well http://www.rudytarigan.com/laptop/toshiba-satellite-l310-drivers.htm go to this site you can find drivers of toshiba there. reinstall some of your not compatible drivers.
I have the same model and i just reformatted the hard drive with the original restore disk and it does loop around several times. That is the way it is suppose to do on this particular restore disk. So don't be afraid if it goes around several times because it is doing different tasks each time it loops.