For a Linux booting I added the command "mem=383" to the kernel line. Paul August 19, 2007 | I have lost the computer so, based on what I see and read here, I am going to go for broke and dismantle it and try Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Laptops and Tablets Today's Posts Problem with my laptop Toshiba satellite proA60 Bymood Feb 8, 2008 Problem with my laptop Toshiba satellite pro A60 Blow off dust from the fan and the heat sink. get redirected here
Sometimes memory fails intermittently, it can pass the test 3 times in a row but on the 4th try it will fail. Thanks to the guys who mentioned that here! cj2600 May 16, 2007 | bottleman, I’m wondering what could cause that… shouldn't bad memory be bad all the time? I looked for replacement parts, but found almost everything except the videofan. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/problem-with-my-laptop-toshiba-satellite-pro-a60.98658/
If you still experience the same intermittent problem powering up and shutting off the laptop, you might have a problem with the motherboard. Simon Bridge View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit Simon Bridge's homepage! cj2600 September 29, 2007 | Hey Daniel, Thank you for your comment. Then the other times there were zero errors.
Few days before having this problem, it used to show my 40G hard is full but I have hardly 1G data. cj2600 July 5, 2007 | tilkan, Make sure the cooling fan spins. Paul Jerry September 21, 2007 | C561 is located next to the ram slot. Even tried to set it up to 256 MB and less, hoping that the memory chips that would be used would be from the additional memomy chipset only, but again no
Any help? Jerry Daniel September 28, 2007 | My dauther's laptop Toshiba A60 was useless for year because of bad onboard memory. Unfortunately, the memory problem continue. https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?5947-Satellite-Pro-A60-Wireless-connection-problem Here's a disassembly guide for DYI-ers.
I think they were soldered. In some cases you'll have to replace the adapter. Does anybody know if all the SO-DIMM memories that are on the market now and can be used in the current laptops, would work with A60? As a result of that, the processor overheats and the laptop shuts down.
Thanks and you have a great site here. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/293568-33-toshiba-satellite-display-driver-issue Thoughts? Does anybody know if you can replace the onboard chips with standard memeory chips? Earlier in this thread, one guy mentioned that he was able to remove (unsolder) the onboard memory and start the laptop with a memory stick installed into the expansion slot.
To join the discussion, please login or register. http://wphomeguide.com/problem-with/problem-with-gateway-mx3701-laptop-helppppppppp.php Join the community here. I somehow managed to get the laptop up and running and changed the boot.ini file to maxmem=137. A lesson I have learnt is to stay away from Toshiba altogether.
Sorry man, I cannot help you with detailed instructions. Then, I plugged in a new Microsoft wireless optical notebook mouse. I tried to open back cover of my laptop.but i couldnt because there is are 3 hidden screws near by cd/dvd drive but i couldn't found it.So could you tell me http://wphomeguide.com/problem-with/problem-with-toshiba-protege-m200-lcd-screen.php impactcomputers.com , getpartsonline.com & sparepartswarehouse.com all have a wide selection, but not overly attractive prices.
cj2600 May 7, 2007 | Justin, i removed the onboard memory with soldering iron and works like a charm now Could you please provide more information regarding this repair? These days you can find a brand new laptop much better hardware and one year warranty for about $600. George August 22, 2007 | Hi, First off I would like to say that this website proved really helpful to me.
Mine is gone. I'm glad that Justin's suggestion worked for you. Now that the system is not overheating I'd liek to try and save the rest of it! Thanks in advance.
I thought it might be a useful tip for those who get into a pickle like I did. The pin inside DC in (where you plug in your AC Adapter) broke and came out with the AC Adapter. I cleaned it and after that the noise from the fan and shutdowns stopped. http://wphomeguide.com/problem-with/problem-with-my-advent-7077-laptop.php SO I'll be able to proceed.
Until last week, when read Justin's comments #19 and #23, as well as George's #81 post. Any idea on this ? Wish me luck. Please let me know if there is any thing that I can do to save the system.
Got Windows first page THEN lasse.exe (0xc0000006) Application Failure Click to end. I'm stuck until I can find a better way! then not booting up when pressing the power switch. I was getting errors above 277 MB.
Second problem was the jack. after removing the battery for a few seconds it boots up again. one hopes. (post edit) Have you got oss-emulation going? In some cases the laptop overheats because of defective cooling fan.
Thanks! You’ll have to figure out which Pentium processor will work with your motherboard. just the blue led around the switch was coming on. I was thinking about that too but didn't have a chance to try it.
Surely this should be "ALC250" Anyway - while we're waiting - Toshiba for Linux is worth a look: http://linux.toshiba-dme.co.jp/linux/index.htm I've just spend about an hour trying all the subtle tricks - It seems to me that there are still some problems in the released version of Kubuntu.. Or maybe I just accidentally fried a transistor while desoldering… I'd appreciate any insight anyone might have. Is there a better way of doing this?
See comment 19. I'm wondering what could cause that… shouldn't bad memory be bad all the time?
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