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    Default Toshiba Satellite P200 dead after flash BIOS missed


    I flounder for weeks on a thorny problem. Thank you to all who could help me.
    Toshiba Satellite P200-100 Model PSPBOE
    OS: Vista, but it did not matter.

    In an update proposed by Toshiba, flashing the BIOS stopped midway and the computer will not boot: the BIOS does not play and the computer stays off and silent.

    The service gives the address of the repairer, it will not talk about technique and asked 120 euros entrance without performance guarantee. I'm not saying they do not have good reasons.

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    I do not know what it is for motherboards for laptops but for the pc fixed the eprom can "easily" retire.Some commute two eproms two similar cards to troubleshoot the PC that no longer works.This requires knowing the owner of the Toshiba Satellite P200-100 Model PSPBOE who agrees to embark on the adventure.Finding a possessor of the same model would solve the question 2. This addresses a hot start, etc. of a permutation.

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    Repairing the BIOS of a desktop PC must indeed be easier. I would not have to strain my talent and would have sent the chip to a pro.There is a strong chance that the BIOS chip is soldered, and hot swap should frighten the owner of the mobile twin.Thank you for the links, I still have to expect some relief.

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    Before you attempt anything you have to insist by contacting the manufacturer. It's pretty rare to have a removable eeprom on PC manufacturers, it is generally overcharged on PC assemblers, like Medion, Clevo etc.

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    Thank you, excuse me for the delay in response. The service gives the address of the certified technician, who asked 120 euros. Many laptop users, Toshiba or another, have had their laptops locked by BIOS flash failure. The Internet is rich in troubleshooting cheap, if you can find the proper handling and the correct files.

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    The method does not involve dismantling harware is well documented in many forums, but not always successful, far away.

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    After dozens of trials of all kinds, I managed to revive my expensive laptop into the BIOS reflashing. It was enough to fall on the correct version of files and file phlash16.exe. Especially not the one given on the official website for Toshiba Satellite P200-PSPB0E.

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