My toshiba laptop is erratically failing to boot into windows. It may be the cmos battery [this was someone's suggestion]. Would a boot disk be a temporary solution?Where can I find the right boot specs to download to an external drive -and which do I need? TOSHIBA EQUIUM A100 PSAAQE-00300HAVWindows Vista Home Premium Service Pack 2 (build 6002)1.60 gigahertz Intel Core 2 Duo64 kilobyte primary memory cache2048 kilobyte secondary memory cache64-bit readyMulti-core (2 total)Not hyper-threaded
cmos batteries are cheap enough, a couple of pounds.That would be the first thing to try.
Cheap enough for most computers - Toshiba have their own dedicated battery, I believe. For those who know how to install them. In the meantime, I'm looking for a lateral solution top the problem.
If you google toshiba laptop batteries, you will find the vary from 10 pence to £12. depending on your model.Save all the hassle.All the best.
CMOS is easy to replace, but if you want to try a boot diskclick here
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