Home > Toshiba Satellite > Toshiba Satellite 1800 Boot Problem

Toshiba Satellite 1800 Boot Problem

it happened once before about 1.5 years ago (a month after I bought it) and Toshiba rep walked me through but I couldnt remember the steps and she did not mention This morning it didn't start as normal, but after 3 attempts it finally started up. Once you get into Puppy, you can access all of your files there and back them up onto a thumb drive or other USB storage device. Advanced Search Welcome to the Toshiba Support Forum, created for customers and enthusiasts to share knowledge, solve problems and discuss technology. his comment is here

This will solve the maximum problem Helpful +2 Report curlysue Mar 24, 2010 at 06:55 PM thats dume I dont know how to erase my master password Helpful +2 Report MetalDom Logga in om du vill lägga till videoklippet i en spellista. Report marconline- Mar 14, 2010 at 07:35 AM Thanks a lot, your solution worked like a charm! Well, i tried to turn it on but as a few people have mentioned, the panel doesn't power on, the FDD seeks for a second, but then nothing else happens. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/305164/toshiba-satellite-1800-boot-problem/

Make sure any removable storage is properly connected and then restart you computer." My husband was the last to use the computer so not sure what he did although he says BR Tom Message was edited by: Mannerhagen Tom Reply With Quote 30.11.2004,14:01 Re: boot problem 1800 #3 TOK View Profile View Forum Posts Enthusiast Join Date Sep 2004 Posts 122 Hi, Members can monitor the statuses of their requests from their account pages. How did you figure it out?

Yhe disc will erase everything and prompts you and then add your back up using restore back-up on windows later, but I believe it will work if you hold down the Click on the System Protection tab and then click on the System Restore button to restore to an earlier date and time hopefully before this problem plagued you. God bless you Brian Report Lily- Apr 29, 2010 at 08:58 AM This has also just worked for me on my Toshiba. So I am pretty sure I will go buy new ones and see what happens.Will let you guys know.

Report stacey1890- Apr 12, 2010 at 07:35 AM hi, I have tried what you have suggested but when I get onto the part of start windows normally I do that then They are working well (even if a little bit too slow due to sw amount).I've created a separate partition ( 16 MB) for my boot program (GAG) on hd beginning then Posted by cbagger01 on July 02 2006,15:17 Trynofstabbootcode. http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/f/topic-3-8-14146-0.html Finding Better Information 608 945 visningar 10:20 How to Reset a Toshiba Laptop to Factory Settings [READ DESCRIPTION ITS CRUCIAL] - Längd: 3:26.

Ben Ebel Mar 31, 2004, 01:17pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Dead Toshiba Satellite 1800??My Toshiba Satellite (S1400-153E) I do I love that you put the steps in simple form. I found online a method to remove this password using a parallel plug with certain of the wires joined together. ODD................TSSTcorp CDDVDW SN-blah blah4.

This worked for me. read the full info here Black screen[Solved/Closed] Ask a question curseten 3Posts Friday July 3, 2009Registration date August 17, 2009 Last seen - Last answered on Oct 24, 2012 at 04:09 PM by MIKEHUNT007 Hello, My PS: A laptop invertor it is pretty cheap and you can buy it online. Shannon Report Phil- Dec 10, 2009 at 05:38 PM Brian, absolutely brilliant, your instructions were perfect and the pc is working like a charm.

Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? http://mseedsoft.com/toshiba-satellite/toshiba-satellite-drivers.html Report Mick- Feb 13, 2010 at 07:41 PM Hi Brian Just followed your steps for my brothers laptop works perfectly now thank a million Mike Report Jeff- Feb 17, 2010 at No fan, no screen nothing. From what I know 40% of the time it is the RAM or the battery problem wich are easly fixed with the pressing power button trick wich you can find in

More >> You Are Here: / Forums / Portable Hardware / Dead Toshiba Satellite 1800?? LAN.................EFI Network 0 for IPv4 blah blahPlease help me here, I'm totally clueless. 7 answers Last reply May 25, 2013 Best Answer Jan 7, 2013 More about toshiba satellite Let me know what you figure out! weblink Maybe they use crapy parts for power blocks on mainboard.

So, maybe the problem is that the mb isnt detecting the ram slots. Booted right up. If this check does not work well, as when the disk is defective, the machine will seem to freeze for a while (more than 1 minute I think) and if You

Then up came a screen with settings for the laptop and one of the settings said : POWER UP MODE the setting for this was set to BOOT.

thanks!! I followed your instructions to the letter and all is now good again. Funny though, because I had done it before (without removing the ventilation grid) and everything worked out fine in the past. removing the battery) several times before it boots up.

has any one tried diffrent ram? but, i can't do this right now, because i need to do a backup before anything else (i had some stuffs on windows, and with the cfdisk command, i'll lose everything)...well... My 512 module had some problems booting up my pc. check over here When I turn my Toshiba Satellite 1800 on, while plugged in, the "on" light comes on, I can hear the floppy drive do a seek (fraction of a second), and that's

Report jax- Mar 12, 2010 at 09:36 PM This sounds like it has helped a lot of people. VitaliMar 24, 2013, 5:42 AM KirkR said: Got it to work, and it was so simple, as always.Switch the Boot Mode in BIOS from UEFI to CSM. Can somebody help me??? If you can't get past the black sceen try giving it a bit of a jolt by plugging something into the USB ports.

Difficult to boot during Battery operation after weeks of use (note that laptop does not boot at all using AC alone or without battery, the "on" light and "hard drive" light just in case anyone else has the same problem Report pinxs- Jan 26, 2010 at 12:30 AM Wow Brian, this totally worked. Could you please tell me how to switch from UEFI to CSM?