Help Recover from Bios flash on toshiba notebook

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  1. jeedee4

    jeedee4 MDL Junior Member

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    #1 jeedee4, Dec 18, 2009
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    HI I need anyone help with this

    I have a toshiba P105-S6014

    After flashing the notebook I have the following problem

    The notebook boots up ok but it hangs when it has to look for the booting device.
    even when I press F2 to choose where to boot from it hangs and it doesn't show me the boot selection menu just a black screen.

    I can go in to the BIOS and make boot priority modification but it doesn't help

    I try using the cridisk but the the key combination to star the recovery don't seem to be working

    Please help anyone

    I use the following bios that I found at http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/5864?page=197

    -Manufacturer: TOSHIBA
    -Motherboard Model: P105 S/SP6022
    -Bios revision: 470
    -Bios Type: Phoenix BIOS
    -Bios Download Link: http://cdgenp01.csd.toshiba.com/cont.../sp100v470.exe
    -Winflash BIos Update Tool Included - However, I strongly recommend to Flash Bios in DOS using an APPROVED TOSHIBA DOS Flash Utility. Rename BD13C42_SLIC.WPH to BD13C42.WPH before flashing bios.
    -SLIC: TOSCPLTOSCPL00.BIN 2.1
    -SLP: TOSHIBA
    -TOSHIBA-TOSINV Certificate Included
    -Tool: Phoenix Mod Tool v0.020
    -Method: SSV2
    -Modifier: BUSYKID508
    -Please provide feedback

    CRISDISK Is Included for Bios Recovery
    PHLASH16 DOS Bios Update Tool Included Here



    TOSHIBAs_P105_S-SP6022-TOSHIBA-470-TOSCPLTOSCPL00.BIN_SLIC21_TOSHIBA_SLP
    http://www.box.net/shared/exrv6xtcad
    http://box.net/rssdownload/321916874...OSHIBA_SLP.rar
     
  2. domatlapuk

    domatlapuk MDL Expert

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  3. jeedee4

    jeedee4 MDL Junior Member

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    Can't get the laptop to boot from any device internal or external it hangs so it does not allow me to flash it.

    Just check the mod bios using the phoenix bios editor tool and the boot fail recovery seems to be disable

    Don't know what else t do at this time
     
  4. aroenai

    aroenai MDL Novice

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    #4 aroenai, Dec 21, 2009
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    Just a thought, I actually have a laptop that uses the same bios (P105-S9722), what happens when you remove the hard drive? On mine it's inside the compartment above where the battery is. And if you haven't already, try loading the setup defaults, if I remember right it's F7 but it should say on the bottom of the screen.

    If you can get it to boot, you might try the bios I'm using:
    http://ickus.blogspot.com/2009/12/installing-windows-7-professional-x64.html

    It's bios 4.70, Toshiba[TOSQCITOSQCI00-LTP]2.1.BIN (the 2.1 version of the SLIC it already has), Phoenix Mod Tool v1.00, Dynamic method, with Intel Virtualization and boot fail recovery enabled.
     
  5. jeedee4

    jeedee4 MDL Junior Member

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    No luck

    I have remove the hard drive and nothing,

    I even took apart the laptop and remove the Bios battery and same result, since this is not my notebook I had to order I new mobo and will have to replce it

    Sucks big time but I guess that's the risk in testing
     
  6. X-Ray

    X-Ray MDL Novice

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    Reset Bios

    Did you short across where the "CMOS" Battery was monted on the motherboard? Just removing it will not reset CMOS.
    Note: Be sure to remove "CMOS" Battery as shorting it out will kill it!

    PM me if you have any qustions on this as I've had to do this a few times.

    X-Ray
     
  7. jeedee4

    jeedee4 MDL Junior Member

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    No luck try 3 times shorting it still the same

    Any other ideas

    Thanks
     
  8. esetoric

    esetoric MDL Novice

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    Have you checked if there is a removable BIOS chip? All you may need is to replace that. Though, I doubt any newer laptops have those.
     
  9. ejt01

    ejt01 MDL Novice

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    #9 ejt01, Dec 26, 2009
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    re

    Check this page, this guy managed to recover a bricked Toshiba, scroll down to the bottom of the page for instructions

    yyy.theeldergeek.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=39724

    replace yyy with www
     
  10. SnipeRR

    SnipeRR MDL Novice

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    Try to vizit official site of notebook's producer and to download the lastest version of BIOS to your model of laptop. I hope advices would help in your problem.