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Thread: Don't start after install bios ACPI Flash BIOS version 2.00 for Satellite A215

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    Don't start after install bios ACPI Flash BIOS version 2.00 for Satellite A215

    My Toshiba satellite does start subsequent to bios flashing. I cannot recognize this as the merely explanation, most terrible the Toshiba local service do not give me an answer. There´s the similar process with exterior usb diskettes drives in the Boot Diskette Installation Method (suggested) as said in the readme.txt file. The system determines to boot MS-DOS from the BIOS installation diskette, and instigate the Flash BIOS installation routine.

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    Re: Don't start after install bios ACPI Flash BIOS version 2.00 for Satellite A215

    The thing is, Toshiba do not provide the appropriate hold up, their updates create damage to the laptops, and the Flash bring up to date is for your laptop model. The process is not intermittent, and at present have a laptop that does not run anymore and the warranty presently finished. This is a big difficulty for you, and necessitates a response if you might help me.

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    Re: Don't start after install bios ACPI Flash BIOS version 2.00 for Satellite A215

    You are having the similar difficulty. Once the Bios were downloaded, the system presently "Popped off" and you might not get it started. You have to call the Toshiba Tech hold up and the guy will tell you that you desirable to send the system to a dept to get it fixed. The $425 for the reason that the warranty has been expired.

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    Re: Don't start after install bios ACPI Flash BIOS version 2.00 for Satellite A215

    You have to try to reflash your innovative brick with bootable cd, usb pen, and exterior USB floppy, and nothing, not a single bip, key combos fn+b, winlogo+b, does not run, as an alternative fn+f seems to right of entry the USB devices. Their new bring up to date in his site merely runs in windows. You immediately checked and like the entire of the additional bios updates found on the USA hold up site it has the similar alternative to flash from within Windows, generate a self booting floppy disk to flash from, and the alternative to generate a self booting CD to flash from.

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    Re: Don't start after install bios ACPI Flash BIOS version 2.00 for Satellite A215

    Your approximately innovative L-505D-S5996 Laptop does not start-up that is freezes right when the windows password screen comes into view. The difficulty began immediately subsequent to when you downloaded but did not install (got scared subsequent to you read the recommendations) the program ACPI Flash Bios version or description of 1.1 (PSLV6U). You still have a warranty, but you are out of the U.S. (costs you $100 to take it to the local Toshiba shop).

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    Re: Don't start after install bios ACPI Flash BIOS version 2.00 for Satellite A215

    If you are not having the receipt they determine to utilize the manufacture date to determine the warranty period. In view of the fact that that model shipped with Windows 7 the man. Date would almost certainly be no previous than Sept. or Oct. of 2009 so it would still be covered. Additional than it freezing at the bios password screen demonstrate you it almost certainly is not a bios problem, but a Windows problem.

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