It cant start windows set up error is showing that filei386. We called toshiba call center and they told us that i just need to used the recovery cd but we dont have it does anybody here had the same problem. Exe cannot be found, error code 7. I have a Satellite A105-2712.
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2 but the battery continued to deteriorate & really started to lose power a month or so ago, with useage dropping to as little as 2 or 3 minutes until finally it would no longer even power up the laptop. Right from the beginning instead of getting 40-45 minutes like I used to, only getting maximum 30 minutes use. It has since been through at least a half dozen discharge/charge cycles & is still working. I updated my Bios to V2. RE: Toshiba A105 S2091 Battery problem resloved. The yellow charge light turned on AND STAYED ON. Same symptoms as many on the Web: the yellow charge light would come on for about 10 seconds or so then turn off with the battery showing 0% charge. I brought back quite a few batteries doing that over the past 25 years. Just thought I would pass along this old trick & hopefully it will work for someone else too. I was just about ready to throw it away last week when I remembered an old trick we used to use for many re-chargeable batteries that were losing their charge: put the battery in the freezer for 30 minutes or so, then try to charge again. History:
New Toshibab Satellite A105 purchased May 2006. A few months later Toshiba recalled the original battery & sent me a replacement. 30 minutes of use. I couldn’t believe it a first, but after approximately 4 hours, the battery was back to 100% charge and back to giving me approx. I had no idea if a Lithium Ion would act the same but it did. I placed mine in the freezer for 30 minutes, took it out and put it back in the Toshiba.
The solution is to remove your USB flashdisk and re-insert it into your computer’s USB port between the reboots or power cycles, i. Question: My USB flashdisk boots up ok, but after I reboot the machine to restart the toolkit, my computer boots to my hard drive’s operating system. We have seen this occur in some laptops (e. A Lenovo X61) and it appears that the laptop cannot detect the USB flashdisk on the second and subsequent reboots/power-cycles. Shutdown computer, remove USB flashdisk from USB port, re-insert into USB port, power on your computer.
Then save your BIOS settings and exit. You need to burn the image file to a CD using a CD-image burning program like Nero, RecordNow, etc. Do NOT burn the image file as a normal data file. Instead, look for the “burn CD image” or other similar function within your CD burning application. Question: I burnt the the image file on a CD and/or unzipping it on the CD and/or unzipping it on my desktop. Bat file – it only loads a default website – what do I do. After burning as an image, place the CD inside your computer’s CDROM drive BEFORE rebooting that computer. But when I start the software with the auto. This should restart your computer with the new settings and the OSWA-Assistant will normally load. Once you are inside your computer’s BIOS screen, look for the option to select the CDROM as a bootup device (normally under a menu called “boot” or “startup” or something similar, depending on your computer’s manufacturer) and ensure that the boot order/sequence has the CDROM above the Hard Drive. Normally, most modern computers will detect a CD at bootup and proceed to decompress the image. The image is not meant to work as executable software under Windows – it is a standalone OS with its environment loaded into RAM (remember your computer needs to have at least 1GB for acceptable performance). If your computer does not do so, you will have to enter its BIOS during the bootup phase (the black initial screen where it normally has a line telling you how much RAM you have onboard or shows a message to press a key “to enter BIOS” like F1, F2, F8, F10, F11 or F12 depending on your computer’s manufacturer).
A 4 cell li-ion battery has a fully charged voltage of 4. There is nothing wrong with the gauge; your battery is defective so you need to just return it and demand a replacement. The fact that it is sitting at only 15. 9 and not taking hardly any charge indicates at least one cell is damaged.
If you are still. Press reset button to quit. Can I use this tool to audit my own access point or wireless laptop. The file system is not found because there is a hardware. Note that your computer will. First) linux ide2=0x180 nodma. (second) linux ide2=0x180 nopcmcia.
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It might be just a software issue. Can you boot to Windows in safe mode. Try uninstalling the LAN driver. Tan Huu Phuong,
May be you have a corrupted or incorrect LAN driver installed and it somehow kills Windows. I would probably try reloading the laptop back to original factory defaults using a recovery DVD.
It’s possible that your problem is related to a bad connection between the power jack and the motherboard. Turn on the laptop and wiggle the power plug. Does the battery start charging when you wiggle the plug. Jim,
What it your laptop model. Can you see the LED lights flashing when you move the plug.
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DIR SIR , I HAVE A PROBLEM IN MY TOSHIBA TECRA A3 WHEN I PLUG THE AC CURRENT THE POWER LED FLASH AND THE BATTERY DOESNT CHARGE SO WHEN I CHARGE THE BATTERY ON OTHER LAPTOP IT WORK S FINE TILL IT BECOMES EMPTY THANK U I HOPE I GET THE ANSWER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE