Top 20 Toshiba DIGITIZER PORTEGE M200 TABLET PC Open Box (P000411560) - Page 3 Questions & Answers

replace battery or cord

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make another fake account ??? really

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If you do factry reset and it does not help, unit is bad and needs to be excahnged (if still under warranty). If not, you may be better off getting a new tablet.

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Just dry off the touch screen. The stray water droplets are causing an interference.

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It's broken, replace it.

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Check to be sure that your USB is not "write protected." Are you trying to save this to a jump-drive? It would be good to know what it is (device) that you're trying to save to. You may also have to change the properties of the device you're saving to. Need more info.

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If you forgot your password and are unable to log into the router you will need to press and hold the reset button on the back of the router for about 15-20 seconds. This will reset the router to defaults. Now reconfigure the device.

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go to energy settings and turn off the hibernate mode

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If you have used some registry cleaner, it might have erased a registry value. Try to restore the computer to an earlier configuration. If that does not work, you should uninstall the Toshiba Value added package then reinstall it. You can download the Toshiba Value Added Package from Toshiba mobile support,

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I imagine you cannot login into the computer and a password on boot is preventing you from doing anything. There is nothing you can do yourself. You must take or send the Toshiba R10 tablet PC to a Toshiba Certified Service Center to have the password removed or reset. You will have to pay for the service as the R10 is old and may no longer be under warraty.

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Try this :

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If this is under warranty take it back. If it isn't power the unit on with just the battery powering the unit. When you see the Windows splash screen drop the battery out after the screen goes black put the battery back in and press the power button. This should bring up the on screen menu telling you it failed to start or shut down correctly. Select, Boot in Safe Mode and see if the system will power on. If that fails you need to do a system restore. To access system restore options power the unit on and press and hold the F10 key, this will bring up the restore Windows options. From that menu select to restore your operating system. If that fails you will have to do a complete restore to factory default settings. If that fails you will have to replace the hard drive.

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you need to install your windows again

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Let us ignore the bait and concentrate on recovering your laptop.

The recovery partition is still on the hard drive, use it to restaure the system:
Turn the computer off.
Press 0 and turn laptop on while maintaining pressure on 0 key
Once you see Hardrive recovery Mode displayed release the 0 key
Follow instructions on screen.

The recovery partition is no longer available or is corrupted
If your laptop is relatively new you can ask Toshiba product support to put you in contact with the company that sells the Recovery CD. They will need the laptop's serial and model number. The recovery CDs cost about 45 $ + applicable taxes.

You do not have a credit card: Use CASH.
Go to a store that sells the OS you are interested in. Buy the software. Should you need drivers, go to the Toshiba support site for your country of residence and download all that is available on the site that pertains to your Model number and your OS.

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The laptop may be overheating.
When the CPU overheats then it will shutdown (i.e. thermal overload) and won't boot up again until it has cooled down.If this is the problem is not fixed then the CPU will eventually fail.
A faulty fan causes this problem or the fan and heat sink assembly are cloggedwith dust.
Check the CPU fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the fan. If the fan and heat sink is clogged withdust the remove the dust and make sure the vents are clear and dust free. Use acan of compressed air to do this.

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