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Satellite C660 - BIOS updata failed

Question: Satellite C660 - BIOS updata failed

after updata bios my satelite c660 not starting and recive un message bip ,one long bip and 2 short bip
the screen is black
how i reinstal the bios in this condition
thanks for answer

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Answer: Satellite C660 - BIOS updata failed

I’m afraid that BIOS is screwed up now. I don't know which BIOS and how you have installed but something goes wrong.

I don't know what you can do now but check please this thread - https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?54395

Following instructions there, maybe you will be able to fix the BIOS.

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Whilst updating the BIOS the system froze at step 7 of replacing the BIOS code, needless to say the laptop will not boot as the BIOS is now corrupt.

I have the BIOS.BAK but need advice on how to restore the BIOS. I copied the BIOS.BAK to a usb stick and plugged this into the laptop and then powered on the system (I've tried holding down F, F2 and together). I can see that the usb stick flickers initially but clearly does not progress with the restore.

I hope someone might be able to advise how to use the BIOS.BAK file to restore the BIOS.

Answer:Satellite C660 - BIOS Update Failed, help needed to restore BIOS.BAK file

Unfortunately I cannot help you with this but check please this interesting thread - http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=54395

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Help me please ...

After launching the upgrade of the bios on the win7 pc has shut down due to overheating ...

Now the computer will not start, black screen but lights and fan switched on

I have followed many posts to create a usb pen to recover the BIOS but I could not find the right procedure and I do not know if where to find the correct bios for my notebook

Can you give me a hand with a step by step guide?
TNX

Answer:Satellite C660-1GD - BIOS upgrade failed for overeating

When BIOS update is interrupted for some reason there is very complicated situation.
BIOS is screwed up and you cannot start your machine anymore.

In such case you need professional help by authorized Toshiba service provider. They can help you with this.

All I can do for you is to offer this link where you can read about similar BIOS issue. I hope this link can help you.

Good luck.

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My sister asked me to update her laptop (Toshiba Satellite Pro C660-16N; Part number PSC0ME-01S00SEN) from Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) to Windows 8 (64-bit).
So I did.

Then I went to Toshiba's UK website to check if there were any drivers I needed to install for Windows 8. The only one was a BIOS update (to BIOS v1.70). I have no idea what the previous BIOS version number was.

So I run the update application within Windows 8. Phoenix Technologies WinPhlash starts and then halfway through the update, the whole thing freezes.

The trackpad wouldn't move the cursor or anything. I had no option but to unplug the laptop from the wall and remove the battery. The laptop is not under warranty.

Of course, now it won't turn on. It beeps once when I press the power button, but the system doesn't turn on. A couple of minutes later, it sounds one long beep then two short beeps. It then keeps repeating this "one long beep, two short beeps" sequence every couple of minutes.

I have Googled and read website after blog after forum post, but nothing works. The links to the software suggested on these websites/blogs/forums are usually dead, so I cannot try what they suggest.

The most common solution is the Phoenix Crisis Recovery Tool. I have managed to download v1.0.0.4 which is supposed to enable me to make a bootable USB key. The version of this tool that I have downloaded is meant to be for a Lenovo ThinkPad X200. I have the correct BIOS.rom for the Satelli... Read more

Answer:Satellite Pro C660 bricked by BIOS update that failed

Take a look into this thread:
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=59637

Maybe the last comment from user *gansell1980* could help you.
Otherwise you need help from Toshiba authorized service provider in case to reflash the BIOS ROM module.

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I've got some problems
First i can't write very well english

Second and the true problem is that when i use my laptop it can't go to the windows seven because it can't boot the the hard disk

The hard disk sounds oddly (a cyclic sound like "pchuk tak, pchuk tak")
And finally i live in Antananarivo Madagascar, there no Toshiba partner here

Thank you!!!!!

Answer:Satellite C660-1J2 hard disk failed

Hi

Sounds (!) like the HDD is faulty.
I think you need a new one ;(

Usually you can use any 2.5? SATA HDD.

You could order the HDD and could replace this yourself? it?s not very tricky as you can see this here:
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/ann.jspa?annID=138

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Hi

i have made the 2 toshiba recocery media disks
i had a virus on my laptop so i i placed the disks in my laptop

i did the following:
- placed disk in laptop
- restarted it
- booted from dvd
- followed instructions
- then it got to copying 2 of 9
- then error: copy of splitpart or crcs failed

can anyone help?

Answer:Re: Satellite C660 - recovery media error - CRC failed

I?m afraid there is no help. Something must be wrong with recovery DVD.
Do you use it for the first time?

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hello guys can anyone help me please .

after windows boot manager failed , i tried to build the bcd boot again , i tried everything but didnt work , and then i got a different bootable USB i format , but i noticed all drivers were gone , i hv downloaded drivers again but since then this laptop become a disaster keep crushing , stucking at startup(welcome page) sometimes a blue screen blink in split sec and r keep restarting ,

i wanted it back as it was before format , i have toshiba hdd recovery on hard drive D but dont know how to use ,

i copied on a usb flash drive but cant boot from it , please help

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Iv been given a toshiba satellite c660-1j6.
The problem is the hard drive has been wiped (including the back up). I have none of the Toshiba back up disks , but i have new copies of win 7 home prem and xp pro. However when i try to install win7 i get as far as selecting the drive to install it and i click on the drive and i get the message about how windows cant be installed on this drive please check the drive controller is enabled.

Iv check the BIOS more then a few times and i cant find anything to do with it apart from the SATA Controller Mode and that dose nothing.
Toshiba Tech Support where no help at all. so is the HD locked or the BIOS and is there any way of unlocking them so i can install the O/s?

Iv tested the drive by hooking it up to a desk top PC and installing windows that way but as soon as i put the drive back in the laptop it comes up with no O/S installed again


Can someone give any help....or clues even , iv been at this for a week now and im going insane.

Answer:Satellite C660-1J6 Win7 clean installation failed - HDD controller disabled

Hi

HDD is not locked. You can install any OS on the HDD.
Usually the Win 7 operating system already contains the SATA drivers which are needed in order to see the HDD. So it?s not necessary to include SATA drivers while Win 7 installation. You said you?ve got a Win 7 copy disk. Is this a original Microsoft disk with full functional Win 7?
I?ve installed many times Win 7 on my Toshiba notebooks and didn?t need to use SATA drivers?

In BIOS you have found SATA controller mode. This should be set to AHCI. You can change this pressing SPACE.
But also settings the BIOS to default should do this job.

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Hi
I wonder if someone can assist, the compter has bios win-1.90 issued feb 2012, looked today and they have issued new bios 1.70 dated 1/06/2012.

What gives there is no record of 1.90 version and I guess 1.70 is much earlier ??? and if one does a search on web (non Toshiba site) it shows toshiba 1.90 as latest.

Before anyone ask why do I need need Bios, some times have improvements

Thanks
Tony Miller

Answer:Re: Satellite C660/1J2 and new BIOS

I?ve checked Toshiba support page and you are right. Offered BIOS version is 1.70. I don?t know why lower version number is offered as latest BIOS update.

Anyway, check Toshiba page next days. Maybe newest version will be offered.
But let?s be realistic, if your notebook runs well you don?t need BIOS update. If you don?t have some serious problems don?t change anything.

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Hey.

I just bought a new Satellite C660 24 hours ago. I installed all of the updates and programs for the PC to run smoother, but i can't install the Bios 1.50. It gives me an error when I try to install it.
When i go to see the current bios version it say it's in 1.20.

How can this be fixed?

Cheers.

Answer:Satellite C660 - Can't install BIOS 1.50

Hey,

Why you want to update the BIOS? Do you have any problems with your new C660 notebook?
I mean BIOS update is always a little bit risky so I would only do the update if it?s really necessary, otherwise BIOS update is no important and you can forget it.

Just have fun with your new notebook and enjoy it! :)

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Hi,

I have a Toshiba Satellite c660-268, when I boot it displays the following ..

Intel UNDI, PXE-2.1 (build 083)
Copyright (C) 1997-2000 Intel Corporation
This Product is covered by one or more of the following patents:
US5, 307, 459, US5, 434, 872, US5, 732, 094, US6, 570, 884, US6, 115, 776 and
US6, 327, 625
Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller Series v1.23 (07/28/10)
PXE-MOF: Exiting PXE ROM
Reboot and Select proper Boot device
or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key

And when I access the BIOS, the HDD/SSD and ODD are not present.

please help me am stack..

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Hello I want to ask if there any way to update EC Embedded Controller
My lap top Satellite C660-1TK (PSC1QE-01900GGE) use american megatrends bios


In last time flashing bios the EC part not make to update...
i'm currency have BIOS 1.50 version
EC 1,40

Have some problems computer not runnig well, turbo boost technology not working properly my video driver stop working, wifi card slow my PC speed, Synaptec touchpad stop-start working randomly
I try evrything Recovery win 7 not help now im using win 8 with lthe last drivers
and its still the same.......

OR Toshiba will update bios version for this model soon?

Answer:BIOS update for Satellite C660-1TK

Hi

> My lap top Satellite C660-1TK (PSC1QE-01900GGE) use american megatrends bios

This is Toshiba European notebook model and the latest available BIOS can be downloaded from Toshiba EU driver page.
http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp?service=EU

The latest BIOS for this series is currently the BIOS 1.50-win
So your BIOS is already up to date.

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Hi

I've been using my Satellite C660-1D7 for a year now, and recently I'm having a wireless connection problem with my laptop. I can find the network in my laptop, but it constantly loses connection. It's kinda annoying.

So I tried to update BIOS update, but every time, it showed up ' There is an error occured, please check below items. BIOS version above 200. battery capacity more than 10%. ac is attached.' Well, I've checked mine, and it's 'TOSHIBA 1.40, 2011/1/21'.

Can anyone please help me out?

Thanks,

Answer:Satellite C660-1D7 - Cannot run BIOS update

>... but it constantly loses connection. It's kinda annoying.
Have you this problem with battery power supply only or the problem is there when notebook is connected to AC power supply too?

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I have the same problem. Latest BIOS version for my notebook is 1.3 but on my is 1.4 installed?! Notebook is 10 days and I can?t work with it.

We have few C660 (PSC0LE) we bought tham on same day and they all have 1.3 and are working perfect. Only my is BIOS 1.4 version and it?s not good at all.

Please my question is how can I flash BIOS with 1.3?

Answer:Satellite C660 - How to downgrade the BIOS?

Hello

Why you have created an additional thread about BIOS? I mean this can be discussed in your other thread too.

Anyway: BIOS downgrade is not possible and can only be done from an authorized service provider in your country. On Toshiba website only the newest version is available so a downgrade is not possible.

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I attempted to update the BIOS from 1.00 to 1.20 yesterday through WinPhlash64 and it froze halfway through the writing process.

I've read online that there is a crisis recovery mode and a Phoenix utility program that can help reflash the BIOS..but for different Satellite models (e.g. A350). I found the guide [here|http://forum.notebookreview.com/toshiba/469337-toshiba-satellite-a350-bios-recovery-phoenix.html].

Does anyone know if this will work and *why* Toshiba don't host the original 1.00 BIOS version on the product page for this particular model?

Any help will be greatly appreciated, thank you.

Answer:Satellite C660 - BIOS Corrupt

Hello

I can?t say much about Crisis recovery tool for BIOS because everytime I did a BIOS update it worked properly so I never had a problem.

What I can say is be careful with such tools: You could destroy the whole ROM module and I believe nobody has tested this tool on C660 from Toshiba.

Such BIOS recovery can only be done from an authorized service provider because they have special tools from Toshiba I think so in your case I would get in contact with the guys to clarify the problem and they can help you go get rid of this.

Good luck! :)

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Hi all ...

I sat and would update the bios for my Toshiba Satellite C660-1TT (PSC1QE-01D006N5)

Sloopy as i was, i left the computer to get some coffee, *obviously one of my kids was there* and pressed some buttons. This resulted in the computer "froze" after a while i had to forced it to turn off.

Now the clock change back time and date every time I boot the computer and i can?t get wifi to work.
I tryed to reinstall the bios again but then get message that i already have the same or newer bios and installation terminated.

Someone who can tell if I can somehow trick the computer into thinking it is a newer version or mabye bring in the older again and then update?

Grateful for any help! Robert

(excuse my bad English)

Answer:Satellite C660-1TT - BIOS trouble

Hi

From my knowledge it?s not possible to downgrade the BIOS in windows mode because you will always get a notification that newer version is already installed.
From my knowledge the Toshiba ASP technician can downgrade the BIOS but only using the traditional (DOS) BIOS version.

But I would recommend testing this workaround.
Shut down the notebook. Remove the battery and disconnect the AC adaptor.
Now leave the notebook disconnected for a longer period of time? I think about 3-4 hours?
Then connect the battery and ac adaptor and access the BIOS pressing F2 while powering on the unit.
Here you should set the BIOS to default (F9) and save the changes.
Now boot the notebook and check how it would work.

Usually the date and time resets because the CMOS battery is empty. But I cannot imagine that this might be a problem here? however, you can charge the CMOS battery running the notebook on mains for 18-20 hours. During this period of time the notebook needs to be ON.

Check this

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I have a strange problem with a Satellite C660-18C, and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions.

This is a friend's laptop that crashed a little while ago. He appears to have tried to reinstall an operating system, although not using the recovery media, which he never made when the notebook was new. He has not managed to do this, so asked me to take a look.

The hard disk is still the original Toshiba disk that shipped with the laptop, although it has been removed and replaced. This was done to do some basic testing on the hard disk, which showed no errors.

If you boot the laptop from a USB stick with a Windows 7 Pro installation image, you get as far as choosing a partition to install Windows on to. It shows "Disk 0 Unallocated Space 232.9GB"

However, it reports "Windows cannot be installed to this disk. This computer's hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure the disk's controller is enabled in the computer's BIOS menu."

I have looked in the Bios and I can see no trace of the hard disk. For instance, if you look under "Boot", this list only shows, CD/DVD, FDD, LAN and USB.

It seems to make no difference whether the SATA mode is set to "AHCI" or "Compatibility"

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks

Answer:Satellite C660-18C HDD missing from BIOS

Usually good working HDD should be listed in BIOS (first BIOS page).
There you should see the HDD name and the size.

If first BIOS page does not provide any details about the HDD, then the HDD was not recognized by BIOS and in most cases this means that the HDD is faulty.

If you are 100% sure that this HDD isn?t faulty (for example it works in connection with another notebook), then an HDD controller malfunction could cause the problem?

But I guess it?s an HDD issue?

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Hi.

We have Been having trouble with our battery so tried everything besides updating the BIOS.
The laptop hasn't had as n updated bios since 2012 anyway.

So went to Toshiba downloaded the right one. Got to programming block 17 then nothing the system froze.fan stayed on. It was on for a while so had to pull the plug before she overheated.

So obviously tried firing it up again. Blank screen. LEDs fine. DVD drives spins fans working. And one beep where it detects ram. Tried various combination of keys to no avail. So called tosh support.

They quoted 187 if they have to reflash and 275 to replace motherboard.
Now not stating the obvious not paying that I'd rather buy a nee one Lil


Basically as anyone got ideas how to do it yourself before i surrender on her

Answer:Re: Satellite C660-119 - BIOS fail

I don?t think you will be able to fix it but check
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=54395

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I have tried all the usual F2, Del and all othe F buttons including ESC, nothing works, i really need to get into my bios because my touchpad wont work.

Answer:Satellite C660-1U4 - can't get into BIOS settings

To be honest i don?t know what you want to do in BIOS.
If touchpad won?t work check if touchpad driver is installed properly and also be sure touchpad is not disabled. Use FN+F9 key combination to enable/disable touchpad.

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windows7 64 bit
anti virus f-secure from talktalk

downloaded BIOS_V200_WIN.EXE when got tempo alert today

clicked run as administrator
extracts files and brings up box
phoenix uefi winflash
analise old and new bios
winflash for uefi has stopped working
close program
event viewer shows

Faulting application name: winflash.exe, version: 1.1.26.0, time stamp: 0x4b0b90c3
Faulting module name: unknown, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x00000000
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x02774020
Faulting process id: 0x1474
Faulting application start time: 0x01cd68c5e0d498a8
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\UEFI WinFlash\winflash.exe
Faulting module path: unknown
Report Id: 1f73efe4-d4b9-11e1-a41b-b870f4c55a8a

also

Fault bucket 2563155615, type 5
Event Name: BEX
Response: Not available
Cab Id: 0

Problem signature:
P1: winflash.exe
P2: 1.1.26.0
P3: 4b0b90c3
P4: StackHash_e8ad
P5: 0.0.0.0
P6: 00000000
P7: 02774020
P8: c0000005
P9: 00000008
P10:

Attached files:
C:\Users\Ken\AppData\Local\Temp\WER2E9E.tmp.WERInt ernalMetadata.xml


and finally

Fault bucket 0, type 5
Event Name: PCA2
Response: Not available
Cab Id: 0

Problem signature:
P1: BIOS_V200_WIN.exe
P2: 4.65.0.0
P3: 7z Setup SFX
P4: 7-Zip
P5: Igor Pavlov
P6: 1
P7: 200
P8:
P9:
P10:

I am wondering if the f-secure anti virus is blocking the bios update

i do not want to remove it unless it is the culprit

Answer:Satellite pro c660-21d can not update BIOS

> I am wondering if the f-secure anti virus is blocking the bios update

Before running an BIOS update tool, you should close all running apps in the background and should disable firewalls and antivirus software too!

Furthermore the VAP (value added package) should be installed on your notebook.
The VAP is an Toshiba tool package which can be found on the Toshiba European driver page.

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I have a C660-2E1 which has locked me out with a BIOS password, can any one help with how you reset the Bios password ?

Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

Answer:Re: Satellite C660-2E1 - BIOS Lock out

Unfortunately you cannot reset BIOS password and it must be removed by authorized service provider. They can help you with this.

To contact them check please http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/generic/ASP_SUPPORT/

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Hello,
today I found out that somehow I had clocked my processor to just 1.3ghz. I googled that I have to install toshiba value added package. After successful installation my processor started working normally (max 2.8ghz).

Unfortunately it has caused massive overheating of my notebook. While I was downloading bios update(and surfing normal websites) temperature went up to 83?C! I'm just not doing anything it's going really high..(btw. I'm using cooling pad).

I found out that if I update bios(current version 1.5) it might solve/help(maybe) this problem. I downloaded both 1.7, 2.0 versions.

Version 1.7:
when I run it, it just throw an error:

---------------------------
Phoenix WinPhlash64
---------------------------
Failed to retrieve system BIOS information.
BCPSYS block signature was not found.
Error code: -100
---------------------------
OK
---------------------------


Couldn't find any solution for this..


Version 2.0
There is an error occured, please check below items.
BIOS version above 200. (I've got 1.5)
Battery capacity more than 10% (tested it with 8%)
AC is attached. (it wasn't attached)


Huh? I'm totally out. Computer is unworkable if I don't fix that overheating problem.(bios update)


Thanks for any help.

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Not displayed the first page (POST) at startup companies.
In the BIOS has changed something like "FAST POST CHECK == true"
In the upper left corner of the "_"
In response to pressing the ON at F2-F8 del does not respond (in the bios to get both?)
He opened the keyboard underneath the battery removed, the result got lost during a BIOS did not give signs of life.
Bios flashed to date, the zero on the ground.
OS starts OK
Help me!

Answer:Satellite C660 - Changed something in BIOS

Hi costy,

I?m a little bit confused about your posting. What does it mean exactly? You cannot enter the BIOS but Windows start properly, right?

Well, usually you can enter the BIOS if you press F2 key after you turned on the computer. So you have to press only one key to enter the BIOS and not both. Press F2 key several times until you see the BIOS setup.

Check this!!!

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Hello,

I enabled the Quick Boot Function which skips the Logos and only boots from HDD, but now I need to install a 32bit Windows for School, but I can't enter or reset the Bios.

I tried every button combination I can think of.
Is there any way to remove this feature again without taking it apart?
The existing Windows is not the Original one, so no toshiba software is installed.

Thanks for help.

Answer:Satellite C660-2C3: Cannot enter BIOS

Hi

Did you try pressing F2 button while powering up the notebook?
Press F2 several times in the row? if this will not help press firstly "INS" key and then F2 to enter the BIOS

Good luck

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Hi their.

I need to update the bios of my Satellite C660. I download the install pack versionn 2. But I get this messege: "Tere is an error occured. Please check below items. BIOS version above 200. Battery capacity more than 10%. AC is attached."
So my current version is 1.5, battery full, and AC plugged.
What's the problem?

Thanks!

Answer:BIOS update on Satellite C660

Hi

Can you please post full model name of your notebook? I just want to check which BIOS version is offered for download.

By the way: why do you want to update BIOS? Is there some serious problem with your machine?

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Hi,

Has anyone noticed that the fan comes on more frequently and makes more noise now than in the previous BIOS (1.80)?

I thought I had got round the noisy fan issue by running on an extremely low power/performance setting but I'm sure it's got worse now.

Answer:Fan noise with BIOS update 1.90-WIN for Satellite C660

To avoid some misunderstandings you should follow the first post you have created about the same theme:
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=65847

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Good day, fellow Toshiba notebook owners.

I have a little trouble upgrading my BIOS to a "newer" (according to Tempro) version.
I just installed the Tempro application, and it detected that my BIOS needs an upgrade, so I naturally downloaded the "new" BIOS. Everything went fine, but when I tried to install it, a message popped up in the install window:

"*The program will be closed!* There is an error occurred, please check below items. Bios version above 190. Battery capacity more than 10%. AC is attached."

No matter what I do, I get the same error, over and over again. I looked the problem up before I posted this thread, and other people encountered it, but, unlike my case, advices like "Close all background applications", "Charge your battery", or "Make sure the AC is attached" really helped them.

I tried closing everything, my battery is always fully charged, as I rarely disconnect the AC adapter, and, of course, the AC connection issue is not the cause, since it is almost always plugged in.

I checked my BIOS version in +msinfo32.exe+ and it is 1.90 already, but I remember upgrading it months ago (sooner than the release date of this last version), and if, hypothetically, I have the last version already installed, why doesn't Tempro acknowledge it and keeps alerting me over a non-existent issue?

Maybe there is something wrong with Tempro, but I just need to be sure before... Read more

Answer:Satellite C660 - 1C7: BIOS upgrade issue

Hi

Tempro notify you about new uploaded drivers or BIOS?
The Toshiba European driver page provides all the drivers and BIOS files and the latest BIOS version 1.90-win has been uploaded at 04.06.2012 and therefore you received this notification by Tempro software.

Who knows why they uploaded this file once again.. but fact is that your BIOS is up to date and therefore you cannot update the BIOS once again using the one and the same version.

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Hey everyone,

I use my Satellite C660 Notebook for some music production and I try to get my extern Presonus Audio Interface working. All is well so far except some occasional cracking noises in the AudioInterface. After fixing some things in Windows 7 that were recommended by tech support from Presonus these noises were still there.
So Tech support then gave me the following advice:

+"There are some power options that can be tweaked in your BIOS that may be causing the noise you are experiencing.+

+CPU Settings Section - Intel SpeedStep set to normal.+
+CPU Settings Section - Turbo Mode set to normal not turbo mode.+
+CPU Settings Section (if applicable) - Processor Operation Mode will have 3 settings, Normal, Fast, Extreme (??). Set it to 'Normal'+

+Power Settings: - C1E Support+
+Power Settings: - C3E Support (if it's there)+

+Save BIOS and restart.+

+Typically overclocking CPU's like the iSeries can cause the CPU power to fluctuate causing issues with noise on your audio devices, it is a new find and we are writing a FAQ that will be available on our knowledge base that will have a detailed description on the reasons why this occurs on over clocking CPU's.+

+Make sure any overclocking settings have been set to normal."+

*So for the first Time I entered BIOS only to find that none of these settings can be made on this Toshiba Satellite c660.*

Or can they somehow still be made? Are there tools, programs,...?

I hope someone can hel... Read more

Answer:Missing BIOS Settings Satellite C660

Hi

If the settings are not available in BIOS, you will not be able to change it or to appear it within the BIOS.

Mostly the Phoenix BIOS would be used by different manufacturers but the BIOS is always modified by manufacturers and configured for each notebook series.
Therefore particular settings are not always available in each BIOS.

I read in the presonus forum about crackling sound using dual core CPUs.
One guy could solve this using another USB port.

So maybe you should test all available USB ports.

Another option could be the usage of external USB hub connected to external power source?now quite sure if this would help to get rid of such noises but its worth a test.

Last but not least you could test this with connected and disconnected AC adapter

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I cant access my laptop Bios Setup - when I pres F2 , F11 or F12

*Satellite C660-24F PSC1NE*

It only statup Windows I cant access BIOS startup menu. I searched for BIOS updat for my model Satalite C660-24F - PSC1NE - and I didnt find on this web.

Can anyone help me please?

Answer:Can't access BIOS Setup on my Satellite C660-24F

Have you changed any settings in BIOS?
Have you maybe enabled fast boot option?

Please be sure you make regular shut down. Test also F8 option.

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A customer with a C660-117 got a message from Tempro saying update BIOS. He did what he was told but the update crashed at Block 8 and would go no further.

Laptop will not boot now. Is there a BIOS recovery tool or does it need to be returned to Toshiba to be fixed. Customer not happy as it was Tempro that told him to update BIOS.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Answer:Satellite C660-117 crashed on BIOS update

Hi

Usually the BIOS update procedure is safety.
But some before executing an BIOS update, all applications and software like antivirus software, firewalls which run in the background should be closed.

However, as far as I know the BIOS flash ROM needs to be flashed/repaired by using an crisis disk?

Check also this thread:
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=54395

But if it would not be helpful, you will need to contact an Toshiba ASP in your country to get it fixed.

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Hello!

I need Drivers & BIOS for "Toshiba Satellite C660-M203". Please locate me the download link, I am unable to find the model # in the download section.

Thank you!

Answer:Need Drivers & BIOS for Satellite C660-M203

It is really crazy. I cannot find right page either.
Where you have bought it?

Can you please post full part number?

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I have a Satellite C660, sub model PSC0LE.

The (CPU) fan constantly surges on and off every minute or so. It is loud, and extremely intrusive / annoying. This is occurs regardless of load / CPU temperature. I have seen references to this issue, and some people have suggested that a BIOS update fixes it.

I have updated my machine to the latest available version (1.40) but this has not fixed it.

I note that this submodel (PSC0LE) doesnt have a BIOS update as late as some of the other variants (there is a 1.8 version for some of the other C660 submodels) and I think the fan issue is resolved in that.

Does Toshiba have plans to fix this on the PSC0LE via a new BIOS, or is there any other way to stop this as it is really distracting.

TIA,
dan

Answer:Satellite C660 - Fan surging constantly- BIOS fix

Try please to reduce cooling fan speed changing advanced power options > Toshiba power saver > cooling method.

For normal usage I recommend you to use balanced power plan and set cooling method to lower level. It should reduce cooling fan activity.

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I downloaded bios-20120613151531 and extraected in a folder with same name.
But there I do NOT see the list as shown in the instructions but I see only "BIOS_V200_WIN.exe"
Double clicking that gives:
Installing UEFI WinFlash 0.02 - This program will be closed

What should I do?

Answer:Satellite C660 BIOS update does not work

>But I see only "BIOS_V200_WIN.exe"

This is also a zipped package?
You should unzip the BIOS_V200_WIN.exe by clicking right and choosing extract here.
Now you should get other files.

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hi all
HELP ME to reset bios password laptop satilite c660

Answer:Satellite C660 need help to reset bios password

Hi

Is the BIOS password known to you?
No?

In such case ONLY the Toshiba ASP (authorized service provider) can reset the BIOS password.

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Good Morning,

I have forgotten my BIOS password on Toshiba Satellite Pro C660, could you please help me as I have lots of work inside that I am working on.


if any further details required please let me know I am ready to provide them.



thank you very much

Answer:Satellite Pro C660 - Forgotten BIOS password

BIOS password can be removed only by an Toshiba authorized service partner.
If you don?t know the password, you need the help from ASP in your country.

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I have New Satellite C660-1TK (PSC1QE-01900GGE) In sunday i flashed with version 1,40 Without any problem
NOW i see that i have new version 1,50
Startting the bios flashing .exe
bios flashed done but the procces s not complete
after programing s done the Lap top freeze with big noise from the fan....
i needet to remove the battary and now

the version of the buios is 1.50 but EC version is 1.40 still the old becose the flashing is t not complete with succses....now i try to reflashed but show s me you are with the last et version of bios>!

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Answer:Satellite C660-1TK - BIOS Update Go Wrong

To be honest you can be happy that your notebook works because many people have had bad luck after not successful BIOS update.

In my opinion you should not ?play? with BIOS updates. At the end you will damage BIOS update and your notebook will not start at all. Maybe you should contact Toshiba service provider and clarify this. Ask for help. They should do it for you. If something goes wrong it will not be your fault.

Be careful with this. It is just my opinion and advice for you. Don?t change well running system.

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Hi there,

Trying to update one of my employees laptops with bios 1.50 (C660) and it is displaying an error message displaying 3 possible causes. Ac adapter not plugged in (it is) battery is less than 10% (it isnt) and BIOS is more up to date than version 1.50. When I tried the update the laptop was currently running 1.00. So I updated the bios to 1.30 with no problems but when trying to update to 1.50 it still displays the error.

Any ideas? Need to get the bios installed as it seems to fix the typing issues that the laptop has been suffering from.

Thanks

Answer:Satellite Pro C660 - BIOS update error

Hi buddy,

What operating system is installed at the moment?

For BIOS update it?s necessary that Value Added Package is installed and you run the update as Administrator. Make also sure that battery is fully charged.

What is the model number of C660?

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Where do i get original BIOS file. I've got 1.00 version of BIOS and the support site says there's no available bios updates. But i still want original BIOS file V1.00.

Answer:Satellite C660-168 - Where to get original BIOS file?

> Where do i get original BIOS file. I've got 1.00 version of BIOS and the support site says there's no available bios updates

If you couldn't find ot on the toshiba driver age

http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp

it means no update available

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Hello.

I had trouble with flashing my bios on toshiba c660-1cj yesterday.

I have downloaded newest bios program and have followed all steps to correctly do flash...
When asked to restart, i have restarted laptop and now i am stuck on black screen and 5-6 seconds of working fan..

What may have been cause to this problem?

1b165571k is serial no.
http://support1.toshiba-tro.de/tedd-files2/0/bios-20120613151531.zip is bios link
http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/HTD9502M10000R01.htm is the link to steps i followed.

can i get any help on this please?

Answer:Satellite C660-1CJ BIOS flash error

> What may have been cause to this problem?

Some background processes which could not be closed properly?
Some installed software like Antivirus, cleaners, etc?
Hardware problems???
Its simply not possible to say why an update did not function?

>can i get any help on this please?
As far as I know the ROM module should be flashed again using an crisis disk.
This can be done by an Toshiba service agents.

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Hi all

I was updating BIOS on TOSHIBA SATELLITE C660-13R from windows 7 64 bits. Downloaded driver from toshiba web. Half way the installation laptop freezes. I have left it for 40 mins to run but it did not get back to normal state. As motherboard fan has started to move on high speed I decided to take battery out. In result when I power back my laptop I have 1 beep from the motherboard and black screen.

Can some one help me please ?

Answer:Satellite C660-13R - BIOS update issue

Obviously the BIOS update procedure has failed. Something went wrong during the update process and it looks like the EMRPOM module has not been flashed properly.
This is the reason why the notebook does not work anymore.


Possible solution?
Well, if EMPROM isn?t damage, it should be possible to re-flash the BIOS module once again using special BIOS version and BIOS crisis disk.
Usually the Toshiba authorized service provider in your country should be able to re-flash the module using such crisis disk.

I read also in this forum that some people managed to re-flash the EPROM module using some 3rd party crisis disk found somewhere in the internet? but this did not work always?
So probably the ASP will be your last resort?

However, use the forums advanced search option to find related threads about the BIOS crisis disk? could be interesting for you

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One of my customers was caught by a telephone scammer and the result is the laptop now has a power on password.

On this model how do you reset the BIOS?

Jim

Answer:Satellite C660-2ED1 - Bios password reset

Hello Jim

BIOS password is very important security feature so BIOS removal technique cannot be theme for public discussion.
Such information cannot be shared on public forums. I hope you understand what I mean.

As far as I know Toshiba uses several different techniques how to remove BIOS password and I depends on notebook model.
If BIOS password must be removed it can be done by Toshiba service provider. Contact nearest Toshiba ASP in your country, explain the situation and they will help you with this problem.

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I bought Satellite c660-13r 11.05.2011

After Install, and setup Internet conection, ther was message on Bulletin Board, NEW BIOS so I update the laptop bios with TOSHIBA BULLETIN BOARD. I updated the bios to 1.30 with no problems,

NOW I HAVE BIG PROBLEM,
1. POST takes 30sec,
2. booting windows is slow
3. notebook is so slow i can cry!
4. when i open new window or just klick to open new link, everything stay for 3-4sec

and i must ask you, how is this posibile, when i open HWSetup, in start menu ->toshiba->utilytis
I can see BIOS.Version 1.40 04/08/2011 i can send you screenshots

How can i flasch BIOS with other versions,
Its big problem to work

Thank you and i hope you can help me..

Answer:Satellite C660-13r PSC0LE - BIOS update problem

Hi

The BIOS version should be mentioned in the BIOS settings.
Power up the unit, press F2 and check the version there.

Furthermore I recommend settings the BIOS back to default settings.
In BIOS settings you will need to press F9 to get default. Then save the changes and exit BIOS.
Reboot the unit and check how many processes are running in the OS background.

I recommend disabling some not essential processes in msconfig.
There you can go to StartUp tab and could uncheck not needed processes.

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Any idea how I can update a C660 PSC0QE from linux? It runs really well, but the keyboard issue is very annoying.

Answer:How I can update a Satellite C660 PSC0QE BIOS from linux

You cannot update the win based BIOS in Linux!
You have to use Windows in order to update Win-BIOS.

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Hi,
I recently updated my BIOS on my Toshiba Satellite C660 to 1.70.
Everything went smoothly, but when I rebooted and tried to connect to the internet, it could not.

I thought this was a temporary error, but it has been 3 months and it still has not repaired.

Can you assist me? Thank you!

Answer:Re: Satellite C660 - after BIOS update cannot connect to the Internet

Have you tested it with WLAN and LAN connection?
Have you noticed the same problem using both connections?

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Re: C660-1NR

I have lost the use of the function (FN) button.
I have recently upgraded the BIOS to the latest version about 2 weeks ago but did not notice anything wrong until I wanted to turn off the wireless mode last week.

Anybody know what has caused this?

Answer:Satellite C660-1NR - Lost use of FN buttons after Bios upgrade

Hi

Did you notice the problems with all FN buttons or only with the special combination FN + F8 which enables and disables the WLan?

Usually the Toshiba Flash Card Support Utility controls the FN buttons so you could try to restart this tool which you can find in All Programs ? Toshiba -> restart Flash Cards

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First of all hi first post. I have 2 satellite laptops 1 C660 daughters crashed a while a go so she started using mine. Mine C665D now has broken screen can see some of screen. Decided to first try screen swap no go different connectors so swapped hardy rive from 665 to 660 and did clean install win7 pro. Was looking good but had no network driver. Not having another pc only iPads makes it a bit difficult to download driver so swapped Hardrive back download driver for 660 swapped again loaded driver all good working. Reading advice said to update all driver. Started at the top of Toshiba driver page and did bios update. Crash! During install of bios "confuser" shutdown and now will not boot. Push power button both led come on fan starts then just shuts off. Did a little research and it appears the bios flash was not a good option a pity it was on the driver download page, won't happen again. I have tried starting without battery f2 etc but still shuts down. Any help would be appreciated as I am defiantly out of my depth now. Both laptop currently in pieces but I am getting pretty good at the pull down put back together thing, tempted to bin then both but will see if you guys can help.

cheers Blowen

Answer:Updated BIOS - now black screen on Satellite C660

A bit of an update might help others?
It would appear I need to ref lash the bios. From what I have been reading process as follows.
1 make a bootable usb ( at this step now)
2 download bios. I downloaded wi rear to be able to extract the files. there are 4 files as follows.
1 bios.ROM 4,356 k.b
2 BiosCheck 1 k.b (this is a notepad read me file)
3 ec.ROM. 128 k.b
4 Setup 1389 k.b
Not exactly sure which file to copy over at a guess I would say 1 but maybe all needed?

3 remove hard drive and optical drive
4 remove battery insert bootable usb apparently it is imperative that you hold down the F key kept it in then plug ac power on continue to hold the F button let go after a while ( not sure how long 30 seconds I will try) let F button go. If you have a usb with a light if it comes on it is working, wait until it stop restart system and hopefully you can now get into the rest of the system.
I have got my old Acer laptop out of the Closet fresh installed win 7 was running really slow so spen most of day sorting, was services using 100% cpu, Windows update turned this of and now pretty good to hopefully make bootable usb and put on bios to flash Toshiba.
Fell free to add if I have missed something.
Thanks
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Computer is a satellite pro C660-29W PSC1ME-00U00KEN

I've set a BIOS supervisor password (no user password is set). I know the password.

If I hit F2 it enters the text editor but does not give any opportunity to enter the password, and so whilst I can view everything there is no way to change anything.

Any suggestions?

Answer:Satellite Pro C660-29W: BIOS won't let me enter the supervisor password

Can this be helpful?
http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB0B032D0000R01.htm

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Bought a Satellite C660-22v on ebay which seems to work fine except none of the Tosh utilities are present.

I was going to reload the OS and downloaded the manual which say I need to set the BIOS to default. The previous owner has set the password on it and has told me what it is. What I want to know is, can I do the system restore without resetting the BIOS or how do I get the Tosh utilities?

Answer:Satellite C660 - missing utilities, BIOS not in default

To be honest I don?t understand what do you mean with these missing utilities. Fact is that this notebook was delivered with original preinstalled Win7 home premium. If you have recovery disc reinstall OS and start to use notebook with ?factory settings? that includes all Toshiba tools and utilities. If you want to install some of them additionally you can download them from http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp

Generally speaking you can do system restore without changing BIOS settings but now when you want to use notebook from other person I think best thing is to remove BIOS password, set BIOS to default settings, reinstall OS and start to use notebook with original ?factory settings?. Later you can configure notebook and change the settings.

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Where I can get detail description about new changes of bios update dated 14/02/12, version 1.50-WIN for Satellite C660 PSC1NE ?

Answer:Satellite C660 - Where I can get detail description about BIOS update?

Hello

Unfortunately such info is not available for EMEA notebooks. On Toshiba US sometimes I found such info but at the moment there is no similar notebook with this BIOS update version.

Anyway, if everything is K with your notebook don?t change anything.

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Hey,

So I'm overhauling a C660-2JN, part # PSC1ME-01L00KEN, and having installed a clean Windows I got latest drivers for everything and went to check for BIOS updates.

If you visit the 2JN's page and go to the Driver section there is one BIOS listed: [v1.50-WIN|http://uk.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_driver_details.jsp?service=UK&selCategory =2&selFamily=3&selSeries=313&selProduct=6019&selSh ortMod=3010&language=13&selOS=null&selType=null&ye arupload=&monthupload=&dayupload=&useDate=null&mod e=allMachines&search=&action=search&macId=&country =8&selectedLanguage=13&type=null&page=1&ID=80880&O SID=-1&driverLanguage=42] .
This is the BIOS that's already installed.

Now, the confusing bit is if I try to find updates via the ["Update your BIOS" page|http://uk.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_bios.jsp?service=UK&banner_id=BIOS_DOWNLO AD_BANNER] it displays two newer results for the C660 -- 1.70 and 2.00.

I say "for the C660" because the part number of this machine doesn't exist in the bottom drop-down box, so I'm unsure how wide of a search I'm really doing.

I've extracted all three packages and they all use different flashers and have ROMs of different sizes, so I'm guessing the newer ones are for different spec'd machines, but it'd be nice to know (and, hey, maybe list compatible part numbers for stuff l... Read more

Answer:Satellite C660-2JN PSC1ME BIOS update confusion

Ah, I found my answers.

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I have updated the BIOS on my Toshiba satellite C660 - 1ME to version 1.20-WIN from Toshiba website .
after that the BIOS startup screen disappeared, so now my laptop starts directly with Windows startup screen

I tried pressing any function key on startup, but nothing happened
I tried to re-install BIOS (both old and same new version) but I got error massage that I have "the same or newer version of BIOS"...

can you help me please?

Answer:Satellite C660 -1ME - BIOS startup screen disappeared

> I tried pressing any function key on startup, but nothing happened
You mean F2,F8 or F12?

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Hi All

Have Satellite C660 with keyboard lag issue tried to update Bios but after downloading Bios from Toshiba web site and running the intaller a message says the Bios already installed is a newer version and the install with now cancel.

Can anyone help?

Pilot

Answer:Satellite C660 - Keyboard lag and BIOS update will not install

Can you please tell us which C660 model do you have exactly (C660-xxx) and which BIOS version is installed?
Please check it in BIOS settings.

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Hello everybody;

MODEL NAME : SATELLITE C660-115
PART NO : PSCOLE-00500KFR

My problem is now my laptop is dead : black screen with short bip (tnx to toshiba download support how show that the operation is easy)
I used Toshiba flash bios tool "phoenix flash 64", following the exact setup and at level 17 of 34 maybe he just frooz and nothing change for infinity time so i remove the battery with the sad knowledge that is maybe the end .

For the moment i don't wat to do, specially that i don't have a usb external floopy disk!!

is there any other solution withe usb flash memory?

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Dear all,


I have a strange problem with my keyboard for several weeks already. It performs strangely - lags all the time. In every program or Internet site (in the different Internet browsers) - characters (it doesn`t matter which one) would once appear and on the next time would simply not. Sometimes they just appear several times while I am typing. Sometimes simply nothing appears on the screen. Another test - pushing down one character for a long period of time would appear on the screen, but would stop for a fractions of the second and then would continue again visualizing on the screen. This is really annoying. You simply can not write. If I hold down a different character individully and slowly, I wouldn`t have any problems, but I can not write in this way.


That is why I decided to format my Windows OS today (XP PRO SP3) - no effect at all. No viruses. I tried from the WIndows services to turn them on and off one by one - no effect again.



After following these steps:

Workaround Procedure
1.Press then release the 'Fn' key
2.Press then release the 'N' key
3.Press then release the '1' key

... the problem just vanished and I was advised to set the new BIOS 1.70 for my computer. After downloading this package: http://support1.toshiba-tro.de/tedd-files2/0/bios-20120601172138.zip

and after following these steps: http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/HTD9502M10000R01.htm (Steps 2) now I have a problem.

I did everything like written in the instructio... Read more

Answer:Keyboard lags on Satellite C660-11L (PSCONE) - BIOS v.1.70 Problem

If windows cannot stat try please to reinstall windows using Toshiba recovery disc.
After doing this you will have ?factory settings? and I hope everything will be OK again.

Test it please and post some feedback.

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Hello, I have just upgraded to Windows 10 Home from Windows 7 and now HWSETUP.EXE does not run and when restart the laptop I cant get into the BIOS using F2 or F12. Can anyone helpmeet please? Kind Regards

Answer:Satellite C660-125 - Unable to access BIOS after Upgrading to Windows 10

You need to install the Toshiba System Driver for Windows 10.
However the C660 doesnt appear to be in the supported list, so you may need to go into the BIOS instead.

Hold SHIFT during shutdown to stop Windows from entering Hybrid Suspend Mode. Keep on holding SHIFT until the power LED turns off.
The F2 BIOS message only appears if the notebook does a cold boot.

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The Satellite C660 had problems from start: Freezing Screen after startup and very, very slow. Also a HDD recovery did not help.

I tried a Bios Update and loaded the file that downloadable from Toshiba (version 1.7). The Bios Update did not complete and now the notebook does not work at all.

As the warranty is void I will now buy a bios chip in china and I am now looking for the bios file.

This is all very disapointing and a big waist of time and money.

Answer:Satellite C660 - Freez after Startup - Corrupt BIOS update 1.7

> The Bios Update did not complete and now the notebook does not work at all.
That?s really pity? it looks like the ROM module has not been flashed properly.
I think this was a problem related to the hardware since you had problems before updating the BIOS.
I think this affected the BIOS update procedure.

> As the warranty is void I will now buy a bios chip in china and I am now looking for the bios file.
Forget it mate?ROM module cannot be replaced? in most cases the ROM module needs to be flashed using an crisis disk?

Would recommend asking an Toshiba ASP for help and to reflash the BIOS using crisis disk.
This should not be very expensive?

By the way: did you see this thread:
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=54395

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There is no setting in the BIOS that i can find.

Bios is up to date

Answer:Changing shared memory in Bios for graphics - Satellite C660 217

Hi

This is not possible.

The shared memory is assigned automatically and this is controlled by graphic card driver.
But the shared memory is only in use if the applications (i.e game) would require more graphic RAM.

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Hello.
I enabled the Quick Boot Function which skips the Logos and only boots from HDD, but I can't enter or reset the Bios.

I tried every button combination I can think of.
F2+power on not work.
F1, F10, F12, del, ESC, INS - all not work

BIOS updated to 1.50-win.
Help, please.

Answer:Satellite C660-1TM - cannot enter BIOS due to Quick Boot Function

Hi

To access the BIOS you have to power up the unit firstly (press power button) and then press immediately the F2 button. You can press F2 several times in the row to ensure that the button has been activated.

By the way: The Toshiba HWSetup is preinstalled on most Toshiba notebooks.
This utility provides BIOS options and settings. So you can change the boot order in using this tool too. You can find it in Toshiba Assist ->Optimize tab

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I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite C660-1ME (Part Number : PSC1SE-00G009AR). I wanted to update the BIOS with the latest version 1.40. When you run the BIOS update gives this error *"project ID check fail"* what to do? how can I solve this problem?

Answer:Satellite C660-1ME PSC1SE - project ID check fail while BIOS update 1.40

Hi

Usually the VAP (value added package) needs to be installed in order to update the BIOS.
Is VAP installed? If yes, try to update or reinstall this package again and check if BIOS update is possible.
Furthermore disable any security software like firewall or antivirus software which could prevent the BIOS update.

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I've been experiencing keyboard lag on my C660-184 (PSCOQE) since I got it, and it seems to have recently gotten worse.
I've tried to do the recommended BIOS update (bios-20110530152148) to fix it, but the update cashes, with this error message:


Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: winflash.exe
Application Version: 1.1.26.0
Application Timestamp: 4b0b90c3
Fault Module Name: ntdll.dll
Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.17514
Fault Module Timestamp: 4ce7ba58
Exception Code: c0000029
Exception Offset: 000907b6
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 2057
Additional Information 1:e8ad
Additional Information 2:e8adce1c2b9e7be834b4063ac3c53863
Additional Information 3:e8ad
Additional Information 4:e8adce1c2b9e7be834b4063ac3c53863

Read our privacy statement online:
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=104288&clcid=0x0409

If the online privacy statement is not available, please read our privacy statement offline:
C:\Windows\system32\en-US\erofflps.txt

Any ideas? Thanks!

Answer:Satellite C660-184 BIOS update fails: winflash.exe stops working

Hi

BIOS update requires the VAP (value added package) and all security tools should be turned off.
Here is detailed instruction how to update the BIOS:
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/ann.jspa?annID=60

You can also check if new OS installation would fix this because this issue could be related to muddled operating system? you know? but firstly try to reinstall the VAP and be sure that you use the right BIOS.

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Good evening,
Five hours ago I did update the BIOS and restart the computer after I noticed that the cooler speed is increased and disturbing. Mention that they have purchased a Toshiba Satellite C660 last month.
Please, if you can help me how to set the correct rotation!

Thank you!

PS:Sorry for my english i am not from england!

Answer:Re: Satellite C660 - after BIOS update cooler speed is increased and disturbing

I think several people have posted about this issue here on this forum so it is a great pity that you didn?t check this forum before you have made decision to update BIOS. If you have a bit time check other postings in Satellite C category.

Anyway, what I can say is that you can try to reduce cooling fan speed using cooling method option in advanced power settings.

This should reduce cooling fan speed and your notebook will work much quieter. Set it simply to ?battery mode? option.

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Update to 1.4 stops on : Project ID check failure. I have Satellite C660, BIOS version 1.0.

Thahx for help.

Answer:Satellite C660 - BIOS update stops on : Project ID check failure

Can you post more info please?

Which notebook model do you have exactly (C6660-xxx)?
DO you use original preinstalled operating system that you got with your notebook?

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HI,

I have a problem with updating the BIOS on Toshiba Satellite c600-28j.
Error: Project ID check fail

Model: C660-28J
Part NO: PSC1NE-01200XRU
Serial: XB063018K
BIOS Version: 1.10
OS: Windows 7 Pro SP1 32-bit

What can you recommend?

Thanks.

Answer:BIOS update issue on Satellite C660-28J - Project ID check fail

Check this thread:
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=64817

The BIOS from Toshiba Australian page should work

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I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite C660-1ME (Part Number : PSC1SE-00G009AR).

I wanted to update the BIOS with the latest version 1.40. When you run the BIOS update gives this error "*project ID check fail*" what to do? how can I solve this problem?

And read all Thread about this problem but not change.

Answer:Satellite C660-1ME PSC1SE - project ID check fail while BIOS update 1.40

Hi

I recommend checking this thread about the same error message:
http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=64817
It seems that the new file has been uploaded and seems the issue has been solved in this case?

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When turning on Lap Top the following message appear when trying to enter password
"The User Profile Service service failed the logon."
"User profile cannot be loaded"

Answer:Re: Satellite C660-242 - "The User Profile Service service failed the logon"

Hi

Check at first Microsoft document about this issue http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947215 and post some feedback.

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I have recently bought the C660 laptop and having used it without problem, I am now unable to logon.

I am getting the message;

The User Profile Service service failed the logon
User profile cannot be loaded.

Any ideas would be very welcome.

Answer:Satellite C660 - User Profile Service service failed the logon

Hi

Please take a look here into this MS knowledge base article:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947215

There you will find a nice workarounds which should solve the logon issue.
It seems that one of the workarounds show you how to edit the registry?

Check it out?

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Hello

My last BIOS update has failed and now my laptop Satellite PrU400 PSU45E is out of order.
I want to use the Crisis Recovery Disk with an USB floppy drive but I don't know the key combination to run the boot-block.
Is anybody can help me?

Best regards

Answer:Satellite Pro U400 BIOS update failed - What is BIOS Boot-block access

Hi

I wondering what Crisis Recovery Disk do you have ?:|
In my experience the special disk is needed which is available only for ASP technician.
Therefore it?s necessary to contact the ASP in your country in order to reflash the BIOS.

In my opinion you shouldn?t not try any ?Crisis Recovery disks? which you fond in the net? this can lead to mobo damage?

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Hello, i'm in deeep trouble.

I tried to update my bios but something went wrong
during the process and now the laptop won't boot at all.
(when I try to turn on the satellite, nothing happens)

Do I need to desolder the bios and replace it with a new one ?

Is there any easy way to just erase it ?

Please help me !
Thanks

Answer:Bios update failed on Satellite Pro A60 - how can I replace the bios chip?

Sorry but I just want to ask you something: how familiar are you with notebook and BIOS technology?

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Hi,

Can someone please help,

I recently bought a Toshiba Satellite C660/C660D for my nephew, We have forgotten the administrator password and we don't have password reset disk is there anyway around this.

Thanks

Answer:I forgot my administrator password on Satellite C660/C660

Hi

I assume you are talking about windows system password and not about BIOS password. Right?
It?s not very big problem if you forgotten the System password but if you mean BIOS password then you are in trouble because the BIOS password can be deleted just by an Toshiba ASP technicians?

So I assume you mean Windows password? so start the notebook and press F8
Now you can choose Repair my Computer and then choose HDD recovery.
This would start a HDD recovery procedure which would reinstall the system? during the setup you can set anther admin password.

Of course there are some other methods but as far as I know this requires 3rd party software/tools or Win 7 DVD? so I think the HDD recovery is the fastest solution.

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I have a bizare problem with my Satelite C660-1DK; I can only boot to my Windows using Fast Boot option, if I switch to Normal Boot, the screen goes black and it shows Boot Failed - [DEVICE NAME HERE], where the device name starts with the HDD and ends with the USB(if plugged ofc). What would be causing this problem? And how to particulary solve it?

Notes: SATA is set to AHCI Controller.

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Hello.
I flashed (better: I tried to) the BIOS in Windows for my Notebook.
The Problem is, after loading setup defaults and exiting the bios with saving the changes, the screen is black.

Now I want to recover my BIOS via crisis disk method but I need a BIOS wph file to do so but I cant find it in the downloaded folders of the BIOScfiles.
Does anyone know how and where to get it?
favourite id like to have the 1.60 version.

Is there a posssibility for that?
would anybody with the same modell dump the file for me and upload I or send an email?
[email protected]

Thenk yoU!

Answer:Satellite L40-14Y - BIOS update failed

Hi An-Dr.Zej,

Do you really want to do this crisis method? In worst case you could destroy the whole mainboard and this procedure isn?t so easy. In your case I wouldn?t do this?

The Toshiba website shows only BIOS updates for Windows and that?s all what you can get?

In your case I would contact an authorized service provider in your country. The guys can reflash the ROM module and should have every BIOS version. Just get in contact with them! ;)

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Hi everyone!

I have a L850 (PSKG8A-05J001) that stopped booting after the latest bios update from the Toshiba website.
To repair the issue I ordered a flashed bios from taiwan but they had used the same version bios and the screen stayed black.

So i asked them to send me a bios with older firmware and they did.
After soldering the bios to the mobo the laptop started up but didn`t boot to windows.

So I accessed the bios with F2, changed some settings, loaded optimal settings, changed some more settings and after 4-5 times the screen is now permanently black...

I`ve tried taking out the battery and bios battery & leaving it overnight, starting it up with all different button combinations,taking out the ram, cleaning the ram contacts, booting wincrisis with usb flashdrive... no luck.

If anyone could help me get this laptop working again, would be very appreciated.
Thank You!

Cheers,
EJ

Answer:Failed BIOS on Satellite L850

After reading your posting I don?t understand the actual status of your BIOS. If I understand you right it was screwed up than you have repaired it and everything was OK. To be honest it is not known to me that BIOS can be screwed up after changing some settings.
> So I accessed the bios with F2, changed some settings, loaded optimal settings, changed some more settings...
All available settings are tested and every BIOS version is created for certain model and certain hardware configuration.
> After soldering the bios to the mobo...
How did you install older BIOS version?
Maybe it sounds stupid now but your posting is pretty confusing for me.

In this forum you can find several interesting threads about BIOS repair but nobody has reported about soldering anything.
> I`ve tried taking out the battery and bios battery & leaving it overnight, starting it up with all >different button combinations,taking out the ram, cleaning the ram contacts,...
Unfortunately such methods will not help at all, especially BIOS battery removal.

At the end one last question: what happen exactly when you press power button? Does notebook stay on or switch off after few seconds?

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Hello.

I have just tried to update the bios of my computer and it failed on step 18.
I kept it running for hours and had no choice to stop it.

The issue is that my computer is not booting anymore and I can not even have the booting screen.

Thanks for your help.

Answer:Bios update failed on Satellite L

Hi

I?m afraid you will not be able to fix this without an help from an ASP technician.
The ROM module seems to be flashed not correctly.
I think you s should get in contact with an local ASP and should ask for help.

Good luck

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I have a "Satellite L670-1FT" laptop where the BIOS update has failed.
There is a possibility WITHOUT LCD display to make a BIOS update, and if so what do I need?

I have tried to copy the file BIOS.ROM on a USB stick, and boot the laptop by pressing Fn + B.
He also takes about 5-10sec to on the stick, but unfortunately I still have no display.

Thanks in advance


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Answer:Satellite L670-1FT Bios update failed

If BIOS has failed, the ROM module needs to be flashed using special BIOS crisis disk?
Unfortunately, as far as I know something like that can be done only by an Toshiba authorized service provider available in your country.

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Hi, I'm hopping someone here can help me to fix this without sending it to the service shop if possible.

I've just updated tempro when it notified me of a bios update. I ran the update but it completely froze the system (Vista). I've waited 15 or so minutes for it to show any sign of life (either lights flashing or the system unfreezing) and then I turned it off figuring the thing crashed. Now it won't turn on.

Is there a way to fix this? As it's turned on it checks the cd drive, can it be fixed by updating the bios from a cd? Or a flash key?

Help please :(

Answer:Satellite Pro A300-1NT - BIOS update failed

Unfortunately a botched BIOS update can only be resolved by a Toshiba authorised dealer.

Richard S.

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I was offered by Tempro to update the BIOS of my Notebook Satellite A210-17Z.
I accepted but the laptop shut down before completing the BIOS update. As a consequence, I can no longer boot my computer.

Looking for a solution on the internet, I could read that there is a possibility to create a Crisis Recovery Disk. I tried to do so with the crisis package from Phoenix, creating a Crisis Recovery Disk with a floppy disk and so on.

When trying flashing the BIOS and booting the machine, I was pretty convinced to succeed as the system did start reading the floppy disk for about 2 minutes ... but nothing happened.

I would like to know if someone has an experience and some advice to help me recovering my notebook.
I was told that I should try with the original version of the BIOS (the one I got when I bought the computer) but I don't know how to find it as I don't know what version I got at the beginning.

Answer:BIOS update failed with Satellite A210-17Z

Hi,

To be honestly, I think Tempro is the worst Toshiba application :-( that prompts user to update the Bios and as the result Bios failure. In this forum, you can find many threads about Bios failure. It's recommended to contact the ASP (service center) to reflash it. You can read and ask the other users how to recover Phoenix Bios:

http://www.theeldergeek.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=21209

Good Luck!

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I have a U400-14B and recently flashed my bios when upgrading to win 7 from xp,
It crashed halfway through and i was forced to switch its off and now there is no display on the screen when i turn it on, the DVD drive appears to spin up but that is about all..

Am feeling really stupid and powerless and wondered if anyone knows if there is an emergency bios disk i can download or anything at all that someone can suggest short of replacing the bios??

Am well grateful if anyone could shed some light on this for me.

Thanks again.

Answer:Failed bios flash on Satellite U400-14B

There is not much you can do except send the laptop to an ASP. They may be able to restore the BIOS depending on the model of laptop. Otherwise its a Mainboard replacement.

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I've updated Toshiba Satellite C660D-16E (PSC20E) with BIOS version 1.60 and it updated without error. BIOS version file is DELHI10AB_10ABG_BIOS_160_WIN. When it rebooted it was a blank screen and bricked. I've tried to find older bios for this laptop and use wincrisis to recover the bios. It responds to holding FN+B keys while poweron without batrtery and LED on USB drive flashes for a while but that is it :/

Any ideas?

Answer:Satellite C660D - BIOS flash failed

please, if anybody can make a backup of their BIOS from this model and post here ?

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Hi,

I tried to update bios with the utility winflash from the official toshiba-site. It created a backup file and stuck in the half of the process. Then when I tried to reboot it the screen was blank (no power). I hear the cpu works, the fans, the lights on the keyboard and the hard drive. But i cant hear the beep sound on startup and the screen as i said is blank with no power.

What should i do? Is my motherboard destroyed?

Answer:Satellite A300-17N - BIOS update failed

hi,

> What should i do? Is my motherboard destroyed?

The Bios has to be reflashed. Contact the service center:

http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/generic/ASP_SUPPORT/

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Hi everybody,

I have a Satellite P200, (PSPB6E-03G01XFR).
Yesterday, after trying to update my BIOS version with the windows application, my laptop went dead.

I downloaded the newer version of the bios (v2.30) from Toshiba-Europe website and I tried to use the Crisis_Recovery_Disk but no results. :(
Can someone help me please?

Answer:BIOS update failed on Satellite P200-13M

Unfortunately, in your case only the ASP can help you.

Fact is that your BIOS update procedure failed and only the ASP can refresh the corrupted ROM module using a special BIOS version?

So don?t waste the time and ask the ASP in your country for the help.

Best regards dude

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Hello,

I bought a P200-157 for my son in 2007 summer.
My son decide without asking me, to upgrade motherboard bios with the 1.70 WIN he downmloaded on Toshiba download server.

He began the update in windows mode.
Unfortunalety, the upgrade stopped in previous version backup phase. The laptop was frozzen.

It never start since tha problem.
I'm tying to create a crisis recover disk but it seem's to exist different versions of PHLASH16.EXE.

Does anyone of you know if crisis recorery mode is available for P200 laptop?
What version of PHLAS16.EXE is necessary and in which mode the floppy has to be create (native DOS mode) ?

I bought a external USB floppy and try the last all days but unsuccefully.

Regards. Yves (France).

Answer:Satellite P200-157 BIOS update has failed - need help

Hi dude

That?s pity :(
The BIOS update is always a sensitive process and there is always an tiny piece of risk.
Usually if the BIOS update was not successful then you would need an help from a ASP technician.

The point is that you would need an traditional BIOS update in order to reflash the BIOS chip again.
But the Toshiba driver page provides only Win-based BIOS which can be updated only from Windows OS.

Therefore you have to get in contact with an local ASP who could help you.

Good luck dude

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Indicated by TEMPRO software delivered with my L505 laptop (1.5 months old) I updated the BIOS version but halfway the process stopped and fan kept running at high speed and nothing happened anymore. After one hour the only option I had left was to disconnect power and remove the battery. The laptop does not do anthing anymore now and refuses to startup. I assume the BIOS needs to be reset.

Who can advise me what to do?

Thanks

Answer:Satellite L505 - BIOS update failed

Hi

Ohhh, that?s not good news, buddy :(

I think you have only option at the moment and this is the authorized service provider. The technicians can try to reflash the ROM module but hopefully it?s not completely destroyed now.

If you don?t know where the nearest ASP is you can search on the Toshiba website for them. Give them a call and they will tell what to do now.

Good luck! :)

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Hello there,

I was updating the BIOS using the downloaded update from the Toshiba Downloads and get the following error during the update

BIOS update failed! New BIOS is not compatible with current system BIOS.
New BIOS part number doesn???t match system BIOS part number.
Error Code: -120
See Help for Troubleshooting.

I have a P200-156 and it seems strange that i selected the P200 range and it saying it???s not for this laptop!

I???m having some Sleep/Hibernate problems, getting some Blue Screen Errors and Windows has recovered from a serious error messages. Quite regularly it won???t go into sleep/hibernate correctly and just stays turned on and I have to hold down the power button to turn off and restart as I get no output from the Laptop. I???ve done a fresh recovery too and still the same problems.

Can anyone help please, if you need any extra information I???ll provide as I would love to sort out these problems before Uni! I thought the BIOS update would do it but it???s not compatible apparently and when would a new release be made?

Thanks

Stu!

Answer:BIOS Update on Satellite Pro P200-156 failed

Hi

Did you use the right BIOS???
I would recommend checking the serial number which is placed at the bottom of the unit.
The first 5 digits and characters are important.
Then compare it on the Toshiba driver page and use the right BIOS!!!

Please note that wrong BIOS or wrong BIOS update process can damage the notebook. Therefore I would recommend checking twice the BIOS version before executing.

regards

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hey people,

during BIOS update my laptop freezed, so need reflash it.
switching it in crisis recovery mode it makes ONE LONG and TWO SHORT SIGNALS.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

Answer:Satellite M100 - BIOS update failed

Hi buddy,

If BIOS update failed you can do nothing expect contacting an authorized service provider and ask for help. I assume the ROM module must be reflashed and this can only be done with special tools so you need professional help.

In your case I wouldn?t try such BIOS recovery tools, you could destroy the whole ROM module.

So get in contact with your local ASP and ask for help. I?m sure the guys can help you. :)

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I was updating my BIOS and it frooze.
Now when I turn it on there is no power to the LCD. The power button alights up. Thats all that happens.
It is a Toshiba Satellite A300D-11S

Answer:BIOS upgrade failed on Satellite A300D-11S

Hi

I?m afraid you cannot fix this issue without the help from ASP.
The authorized service partner technician will be able to fix this issue. The guys could try to flash the ROM module again using an BIOS crisis disk?
The crisis disk contains an special BIOS version.

So get in contact with the ASP in your country.

Greets & good luck

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hello,
I have a Satellite X200-213 with vista. My main problem is that I was quietly updating the bios when suddenly cut of electricity !! I let you imagine my head ... So right now I cry because my pc does not restart at all! Black screen.

My question: do you know how I can make a clear bios? toshiba's website does not really give the information above ... My laptop is still under warranty but I do not think they take it.

Thanks in advance.

Answer:Bios update failed on Satellite X200-213

So the only chance to get your machine back is to send the notebook to an authorized service partner and let them repair the unit.
You don?t have any options so please check the following link and contact the nearest ASP in your country:

http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com > Support & Downloads > Find an ASP.

Cheers

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Hi every one,

I have tried to do a BIOS update on my laptop and it failed. Now all that happens when you push the power button is the fan spins up and light come on. No screen, no POST, and then it switches off. Any one have any ideas how to get out of this one???

Answer:Satellite A660-1DW Bios Update Failed

Unfortunately BIOS is screwed up and what you need is professional help. Generally speaking you should contact nearest Toshiba service provider and ask for help.

If you have some time check please http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=54395 This is very interesting thread about similar problem but the guy with this problem has found solution how to fix this. Maybe it will help you.

Check it out.

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Hi everyone,

I was having a problem with my geforce gt 630m (error code 43), and for some reason i had the brilliant ideia to update the bios (stupid me), I downloaded the bios update from toshiba offical site (6.80-WIN) as you can see in the image below (bios updates froms toshiba official site):
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByZiq7INw9ocd1RxeGNOX0hoVm8/edit?usp=sharing;

During the process of installation, it looked very normal, until it reboots, after that, rebooted some more times, and finaly the black screen pc.. Tried entering the bios in the boot process (nothing).

I searched the forum, and found similar issues that gave me same ideas to resolve the problem (crisis bios recovery
http://www.bios-mods.com/bios-recovery/ ), but I don't know who is my bios manufacturer, as I also don't know if was made a back up of the previous bios. Also don't know the combination keys for recovering the bios.

So, anyone? (HELLPPP!!!!)

note: I can't access the files on the HDD

Answer:Satellite P855-305 - BIOS update to 6.8 failed

Wait a moment.
What happen exactly when you press power button?
Can you see Toshiba welcome screen?

Any sign of life?
By the way: check please this thread.

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I was trying to update the BIOS on my notebook when the whole system froze for a few minutes and then every program including the update was shut down. I tried to restart the notebook after about 30 mins and then it froze to the log off screen.

The power button does not work and since my battery is full the system is frozen to the log off screen. Is there anyway to turn it off?

Answer:Failed BIOS update on Satellite X200

I update bios on my notebook yesterday and everything it is OK, I think that work faster.
I dont know what happend to you.

Sorry

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I can't update BIOS on Toshiba Satellite A300-14t whithin windows. There is error in PHlash.log:
Driver returned ID (Manufacturing ID, Device ID): Unknown (00000000)
ERROR: No matching algorithms found for above block

Error code : -151(0xFFFFFF69)
Description:
The current device is not supported in the interface.
Error code: -151
How I can repair this error for update bios on notebook?

Answer:BIOS update failed on Satellite A300-14T

Do you try to make BIOS update with version 4.20 WIN32 from http://support1.toshiba-tro.de/tedd-files2/0/bios-20090226125740.zip ?

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Hi

i have a Satellite A200 28h.
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{color:#ff0000}*i try to upgrad my bios than my laptop froze i turned it off using the power button.*
*now his dead please help me to backup my pc*

{color}-----

{color:#ff0000}Propriétés système:
{color}{color:#ff0000}Fabricant :{color} TOSHIBA
{color:#ff0000}Produit :{color} Satellite A200
{color:#ff0000}Version :{color} PSAE6E-0GL045FR
{color:#ff0000}Numéro de série :{color} 38258574K
{color:#ff0000}Identifiant unique universel :{color} 5FDE397F-EFCD11DC-91D0001E-EC32FB26
{color:#ff0000}Type de démarrage :{color} Bouton marche/arrêt
{color:#3366ff}Propriétés de la carte mère{color}:
{color:#ff0000}Fabricant :{color} TOSHIBA
Produit : ISKAA
{color:#ff0000}Version :{color} 1.00
{color:#ff0000}Numéro de série :{color} 0123456789AB-----
i downlod this bios :[BIOS Update |http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_driver_details.jsp?service=EU&selCategory =2&selFamily=2&selSeries=153&selProduct=738&langua ge=16&selOS=26&selType=4&yearupload=&monthupload=& dayupload=&useDate=null&mode=userMachines&search=& action=search&macId=&country=45&selectedLanguage=1 6&type=4&page=1&FROM=vista&ID=66222&OSID=26&driver Language=42|bios]-----
Driver Details
To download your chosen file simply click... Read more

Answer:Satellite A200-28H - BIOS update failed

Hello

It?s nice that you post so many details about the BIOS update but this I can also read on the Toshiba website ;)

However, in this case you must go to an ASP. They can maybe reflash the ROM module where the BIOS is stored and in worst case the completely mainboard must be exchanged. :(
On the Toshiba website you can search for an ASP:
http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com => Support & Downloads => Find an authorized service provider

Good luck!

Greets

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