20 Most Recent Toshiba Satellite M55-S135 Notebook Questions & Answers


Have some cups with labels on it to hold all the screws so you will know where they came from. Have a digital camera handy to take pictures.

Ok, on a laptop you need to get some cups and label them toput the screws in so you will know where they came from. Remove the PowerCord, Remove the Battery then start removing all thescrews from the bottom of the laptop. Then remove all the devices fromthe bottom of the laptop such as the hard drive, the memory, dvd/cd drive,wireless card, etc. Take note of how the wires are on the wireless card,those are the antennas.

Look inside the battery case, hard drive case, memory case and dvd drive slotfor screw. Some screws on the bottom case in inside of some of the devicecases might have the icon of a keyboard next to it. Those screws hold thekeyboard in place.

Turn the laptop over, remove the strip that is just above the keyboard but becareful because a cable might be attached to it. Then remove the screwsthat hold the keyboard in place that are under where the strip was and gentlylift the keyboard out because there is definitely a cable under it.

Next you can remove the screws from the lcd hinges at the corners and lift thelcd screen off, also note that you will have to pull the antennas cable and thelcd cable when you remove the lcd.

Next start removing any screws that hold the palmrest in place. Take note ofany cables that are attached to the palmrest and remove them then lift thepalmrest off.

Next start removing any screws you see that hold the motherboard to the bottomcase, then lift the motherboard out an start replacing the fan.

A digital camera to take pictures will be most helpful to refresh you memory ofwhere things were.

Toshiba... | Answered on Feb 03, 2016


goto control panel
double click windows firewall, if you did not find windows firewall at control panel change your control panel view by clicking classic view, and control panel will show windows firewall icon
after double click windows firewall, then click turn on windows firewall, and you got your windows firewall is on
i hope this helpful
thank you for using fixya

Toshiba... | Answered on May 08, 2015


Do you really want to return your computer to factory settings? Know that this will wipe out everything - your files, documents, software programs you downloaded yourself, etc. So backup accordingly before pressing the reformat button! You will probably find it just to the right of your Start/boot-up button.
Good luck!

Toshiba... | Answered on Aug 21, 2014


Whoa!

1) Remove ALL power. Remove the AC adapter (Charger), and Battery.
2) Put all of those screws back in. Tighten, but Do Not over-tighten.

3) http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba_Satellite_M55/laptop_motherboard_1.htm

Scroll down, click on the photo for Step 2.
Remove the screw for the Wireless Module Cover. (Wireless card)
Lift the cover up ON the screw side.
There are tabs on the other side. (Side facing you)

Close the small window. Now click on the photo in Step 3.
White cable (Wire), and Black cable. Make a small mark on the White wire, (Sharpie?), and near the terminal on the Wireless Module Card the white wire goes to.

Remove the screw/s, remove the Wireless Module Card.

Reinstall in reverse.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Toshiba... | Answered on Aug 15, 2012


Here is the Link where you can see how to replace your hard drive in your laptop.
http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repairing-Toshiba-Satellite-M45-Hard-Drive/2769/1

But remember to remove your laptop battery before doing anything to your laptop.

and here is anothine link for user menual
http://tim.id.au/laptops/toshiba/portege%20t130%20satellite%20t130%20pro%20t130.pdf

Toshiba... | Answered on Jul 26, 2012


Yikes. I'm not calling you a thief, but 99% of the time when you encounter a computer with a password on the hard drive and the possessor of the computer does not know the password, the computer is stolen.

Toshiba... | Answered on May 31, 2012


deffinitely not a connection issue there should be some weird buttons by the f5 buttons look at instructions

Toshiba... | Answered on May 06, 2012


If your laptop is a Toshiba then -
ToshibaYou can download thevideo and device drivers for your model laptop from the Toshiba WEB site from theirdownload page. Make sure you enter the model of your laptop so you can get thecorrect drivers. Please click on this link: - http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp

Toshiba... | Answered on Apr 21, 2012


Hello,

Your note book has a serial port at either of the sides or at the back just below the screen. It is rectangular in shape.

The cable from your external monitor will fit in to this port perfectly. connect it and power your monitor and Notebook. You should get a display on your external monitor.

Cheers!

Toshiba... | Answered on Aug 25, 2011


In most cases this means bad memory stick. If you are able to, flip over the laptop, find the panel that has the memory under it, unscrew the screw(s) to get the panel off, and pull out the top stick of memory. Flip the laptop back over and power it on. If it works fine again, then that stick was the problem, and you can go buy a replacement and install it back into that slot. If that doesn't fix the issue, turn it off, flip it over, pull the other stick of memory out and put the first stick into that slot. Flip it back upright and turn on again. If that fixes the issue, then the second stick of memory is bad and you can just replace it as well. If neither of those fix the issue please reply on here and we can do further diagnostics.

Toshiba... | Answered on Jun 30, 2011


var90vr_1.jpgmany possibilities :

- maybe your cd windows installer have a error files ( try with another ones, if you have )
- maybe your dvd rom have a
weak optical ( try with another one )
- Try to all format paritition your hard drive, the parititon must be refresh after you had paritition formatted hard drive
Thx

Toshiba... | Answered on Jun 21, 2011


This pictorial guide will help me explain,

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba_Satellite_M55/laptop_motherboard_1.htm

ALL power removed from the laptop. Remove the AC adapter (Charger) and Battery.
Follow Anti-Static Precautions.

Place a towel, or suitable object on a table, then turn the laptop over, and place on the towel.
If you click on the photo in Step 2 you will see the Harddrive Compartment Cover.

Remove the Philips head screw.
Lift up on the side of the Harddrive Compartment Cover where the screw was.
Remove the cover, lay it aside.

The harddrive plugs into an interface in the Harddrive Compartment.
On the opposite end of the harddrive where it plugs into the interface, should be a single Philips head screw.
Remove the screw.

Use the fabric cloth to gently pull the harddrive away from the interface.
The harddrive may come back only so far, then the end is lifted up to remove the harddrive.
(End opposite of the back of the harddrive where it plugs into the interface)

Use caution as you can accidentally bend pins on the harddrive.

For additional questions, or to clarify what I have stated please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Toshiba... | Answered on May 29, 2011


Hello,

The ialmnt5.sys file is a driver file for video cards. The best solution in this case is to reinstall the video driver.

Go to the manufacturer's support website to download the latest drivers for your device.

Here is the link for your laptop drivers : Satellite M55-S135 drivers.

Make sure to select the correct OS version to get compatible and working drivers.

Hope this helps.

Toshiba... | Answered on May 19, 2011


try to turn off the laptop, then remove cables and battery. Then press and hold the power button for 8 secs. Reinsert the cables and battery and then turn it on. If didnt work, try to call toshiba since this would be a power supply or motherboard problem...

Toshiba... | Answered on May 08, 2011


To remove the bios password you need to clear the CMOS.
Open your laptop casing look at your motherboard. locate the CMOS jamper it is near the battery. To clear remove the jamper and turn your computer on with in 5 to 10 seconds and turn it off. Reinsert the jamper back to there proper place and try to turn go to BIOS if there will be a password box appear.

You need to open your laptop and look at the motherboard and locate the CMOS battery. Just remove it with in 5 minutes to clear BIOS password.

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Toshiba... | Answered on Apr 30, 2011


If it is the Windows password, try downloading ERD Commander. It has a utility called locksmith that you can use to change the password or set it to nothing.

Toshiba... | Answered on Apr 15, 2011

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