I'm gonna try mounting the .iso onto a blank disc then try that. ANY SUGGESTIONS???? 04/08/2016 by godinezsayra22 Great trick, fixed in second attempt. 04/21/2016 by Hammad Worked the first time! Helpful +1 Report dsuho 3Posts Tuesday May 18, 2010Registration date May 18, 2010 Last seen May 18, 2010 at 04:38 PM Mine did the exact same thing today! Hook up an external monitor and it shows normally. Source
The Sh+fn+F8 did nothing. 09/08/2016 by Charlie Lowe Shift ,F8 and power button work for me.Thank you all. 10/06/2016 by Hla Aung absolutely brilliant fix. Hold down power button, it switches off, push on again, boots fine. 2-5 days (occasionally a day or so longer) and the same happens again. Reply Dawn says: March 29, 2009 at 2:45 pm Worked like a charm!! Thanks.
I only had to reset the date and time. 11/26/2015 by Doc brown Taking the battery out and pressing F8 worked for me, when powering back up it said the RTC Reply Alex says: February 17, 2009 at 2:35 pm Hi, try to turn S.M.A.R.T to OFF (Disabled) in BIOS. Hope this helps some more people that have he same symptoms as me.
If it fails now replace the HDD.If it still passes change the Power Supply in the original Computer with a Known Good One and retest the unit. PC boot in normal mode, I can see windows logo and my desktop screen.. Help me please! 12/14/2015 by Angel Escurel Think this may have worked. Toshiba Laptop Startup Problems Report jOrdy- Dec 14, 2009 at 01:12 AM Wow!
I did try removing the battery and the AC cord several times, but it never worked. My Toshiba Laptop Wont Boot Up I have the Toshiba C55 Series - not touch screen. Odd Wifi issue. This is the second time this has happened to me, this time listening to music on the headphones all of a sudden the music stops, I look up and see the
Reply Eddie says: November 17, 2009 at 7:32 pm If I turn on my computer I get the Dell screen with the F2 and F12 on it. Toshiba Laptop Black Screen With Cursor If you still check this post, thanks a bunch oldturkey03. Noticed that I did an alt-ctrl-del (I'm sure other combo do the same as well), Vista brings up the Lock Computer, Switch User, Log Off, Change a password, Start Task manager I returned the Toshiba back to it's owner and told him I believed the hard drive is bad and he should really try to speak to the distributor and get a
I've been reading everyone's responses and so far nothing is identical to the issue I'm having. I appreciated the solution you suggested. Toshiba Satellite Black Screen On Startup Any suggestions would be great! Toshiba Laptop Won't Power On I've done the hard drive self tests that they say to do first to determine if it's a hard or soft failure on the hard drive.
It didn't work. http://gsdclb.org/toshiba-laptop/toshiba-satellite-with-black-screen.php No cursor, no blinking line or anything. I am attempting to fix a friend's Toshiba laptop- specifications are: Toshiba Satellite L305-S5921 Model No. Now it's saying Restore Partition. Toshiba Laptop Wont Boot Past Toshiba Screen
Thanks so much, Report Mara- Mar 27, 2010 at 11:06 AM Thanks! My warranty already expired just before it went crazy. Loaded the bios screen, but pressing F2, F12 or letting it go further just made a black screen appear with a flashing cursor.I unplugged my printer & presto, it started up. have a peek here I visited the 1st link you posted, but that's for Windows 7, not Vista.
How would I get Win7 from you? Toshiba Laptop Screen Not Working Re-installing the application may fix the problem I'm guessing explorer.exe and voila is control panel. I have fixed an older Satellite model in the past but have not come across this type of problem.
It might work if your case is the same as me: the screen was displaying but very dimly, and I could see the desktop or whatever lighting it with a flashlight. Reply tngtrekkie says: October 17, 2009 at 8:19 pm My fixed worked……… Symptoms: - Vista boots ut fine in safe mode. if you ever have a problem with booting or windows vista try just holding the power button off for 60 seconds and then turning it on again. Toshiba Laptop Stuck On Toshiba Screen Which I think is the reason that IE 7 keeps freezing after several hours...a compatibility issue with Vista.
When starts he works normally but after a few seconds the screen flashes and then disappears completely or windows look very dimly or not at all. It worked!!!! Thanks Reply morgan says: July 28, 2009 at 9:34 pm DUDE HOLY CRAP! Check This Out I would also love to spread the word.
It is regarding a reflow... 05/06/2014 by oldturkey03 Please someone copy and paste what old turkey said to do! For this to happen, boot up has happened and I suspect same for others.This issue is starting to bug me. You have t check and see if your nvidia card model works with vista (they do have a requirement of pixel shader 2.0 minimum requirement and a 128mb video card) so This worked for me!
Dell wanted me to reset everything to factory settings before I could send it back to them. Is this just something I'll have to put up with? Sign up now. Followed your instructions and all sorted!
I was having a hard time trying to figure it out, but now the laptop its working fine. Report Judders!- Nov 21, 2009 at 12:03 AM Thanks alot Brian! I simply assumed that some of my video drivers, DirectX 10, or a Vista component was out of date. I appreciated the solution you suggested.