Toshiba Satellite P105 S6084

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  1. Capum130

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    For the product type, you need to pick the archived products.
    Since your cpu doesn't support 64bit or VT, then just stick with your current bios that you installed already.
     
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    Toshiba Canada has taken the file down

    209.167.114.38/support/Download/files_downloads/pspa1c/vista/Audio4.8.0.0.zip

    could someone please upload it somewhere (e.g. filehoster) and post the link? Would be great :)
     
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    thank you so much, tqhoang - finally I got SOUND again, first time in 64 bit. Never before I had to spend that much time hunting for a stupid driver. Some people at Toshiba, feel guilty. Very guilty.

    I'm also pretty bummed after realizing that this chipset (Intel Mobile 945) is a 32 bit Chipset, killing quite a bit of the 4GB RAM in this Toshi despite of the 64bit Win7 now running on a 2GHz Core2Duo. msinfo32: Total Physical Memory 2.99 GB | Available Physical Memory 1.68 GB .. :(

    I'll try again uploading to some spidering/ mirroring file hosters - the three I know were ALL down or taxed out y-day Saturday .....
     
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    Hello, my uncle installed 7loader on my Toshiba Satellite P105 S6084 . And problably he has activated. I uninstalled the program and now ACPI table shows SLIC 2.0. There some time ago but I am quite sure I left this notebook flashed with slic 2.1.
    How did it rolled back by the loader ???

    tqhoang would you reupload your file with DSDT support ?

    respect
     
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    Yes, this adds "Windows 2009" to the DSDT to support Windows 7. Sorry, no whitelist mods.
     
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    #16 Capum130, Jul 29, 2012
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    BIOS Setup is showing version V4.70. I might have flashed one bios user Ipmark sent me:
    " Toshiba_P105_S6084_sp100v470_TOSHIBA_SLIC_DYNAMIC. rar "

    (1)Why does ACPI table rolled back to SLIC 2.0 (aida64, rweverything, slic toolkit) ?

    (2)Is OK to install one mod over another ?
     
  14. tqhoang

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    1. You must have done something wrong.
    2. Yes, just flash my v4.80 mod over top. Just make sure you do it from DOS.
     
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    sup tphoang, what usb boot have you used ?
    there is a guide thread /8909 (nojuan999) with 3 options (?) on #1 topic. What's difference between them ?

    what phlash command /mode=3 (0, 1, 2, 3) does ?
     
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    I've booted this laptop to a SanDisk 512MB USB stick that was formatted with the HP USB Storage Format Tool and the free Mini-DOS.

    IIRC, the phlash16 option "/mode=3" refreshes the DMI information. I don't recall what the different values mean, but I assume it's some variation of updating the DMI information...possibly {omit updating, different merges, overwrite, etc.}.
     
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    hello tqhoang, appreciate your help
    I am not familiar with the software, you said 'free Mini-DOS', is it the FreeDOS ?
    Either way, send me the USB boot drive program.
    respect