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04-Nov-2019 10:17

After a long time of useless praying I removed the battery from my laptop and go ahead again (power on).

And everything is happening identical (again and again) from the mark above (***).

Tried uninstalling the keyboard and reinstalling it, but still having the same problem. I decided to just leave the laptop alone until the morning since I was doing this at 4 am.

Somehow the power cord was pulled out and the battery died.

I saw a bulliton on toshiba's wesite stating that a bios update was needed, . While shutting dow a screen came up saying that there was an error in the bios update and to restore defualt by clicking F1. Now the computer will not come back up, The monitor, usb and dvd drive get no power.

So I downloaded , this is not my first bios update, I know the drill. The power botton lights up and the speakers make a poping noise ever second but thats it. He's had nothing but troubles with his Toshiba A200 since he purchased it November 2007.

The problem is that I can find only the last version of BIOS on Toshiba sites and nobody (a really mean nobody) could give me another version The same thing just happened to me. I finally realized that it was my external keyboard being plugged in that was causing the problem. Computer working great but the Toshiba Advisor kept telling me I had to update the BIOS. I downloaded their file and tried to install following their instructions to the letter but it failed three times.

I contacted Toshiba support and esculated to a case manager who told me that they can't do anything outside of warranty. He had sent it back while in warranty due to HD failure and still has had nothing but issues.

This just doesn't seem right, it was thier bios update that was so badly needed to keep the laptop working that cuased a laptop that has less than 2 hours of on time, to no longer work. It keeps shutting off on him so he found where a BIOS update may help so he started that and the thing shut off and now has no lights or anything and can't get it to come back on. TOSHIBA PRODUCES NOTHING BUT PIECES OF *** AND WONT STAND BEHIND THEIR PRODUCTS.

I tried different methods indicated on forums for others L series but nothing works. **************************** A service engineer suggested me to replace the T20. They went through everything I had already done and said to take it to a technician and that they would probably need to reset the BIOS by taking out the BIOS battery.

BIN file on hard drive with a “light” version of BIOS (maybe an older version for this model). After the install, it kept going to the BIOS menu screen instead of starting up Windows 7. Took it to a tech and it was working normally again (go figure).

The problem is that I can find only the last version of BIOS on Toshiba sites and nobody (a really mean nobody) could give me another version The same thing just happened to me. I finally realized that it was my external keyboard being plugged in that was causing the problem. Computer working great but the Toshiba Advisor kept telling me I had to update the BIOS. I downloaded their file and tried to install following their instructions to the letter but it failed three times.I contacted Toshiba support and esculated to a case manager who told me that they can't do anything outside of warranty. He had sent it back while in warranty due to HD failure and still has had nothing but issues.This just doesn't seem right, it was thier bios update that was so badly needed to keep the laptop working that cuased a laptop that has less than 2 hours of on time, to no longer work. It keeps shutting off on him so he found where a BIOS update may help so he started that and the thing shut off and now has no lights or anything and can't get it to come back on. TOSHIBA PRODUCES NOTHING BUT PIECES OF *** AND WONT STAND BEHIND THEIR PRODUCTS.I tried different methods indicated on forums for others L series but nothing works. **************************** A service engineer suggested me to replace the T20. They went through everything I had already done and said to take it to a technician and that they would probably need to reset the BIOS by taking out the BIOS battery.BIN file on hard drive with a “light” version of BIOS (maybe an older version for this model). After the install, it kept going to the BIOS menu screen instead of starting up Windows 7. Took it to a tech and it was working normally again (go figure).BIOS update utilities these days usually have failsafes in them that prevent users from using incorrect updates on hardware that isn't supported. IF THEY GO OUT OF WARRANTY, THE ARE CHARGING 0 TO TRY AND FIX!!