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alfredkyi
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Can't get into BIOS setup on Satellite L645D PSK0QC-00K007

Hi guys,

I have tried so many time pressing F2 to get into setup BIOS utility and F12 to advance boot setting, but I can't get into setup BIOS utility and advance boot setting.

Please help me.

Thanks.

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Jerry_Lippey
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Re: Can't get into BIOS setup on Satellite L645D PSK0QC-00K007

 

Satellite L645D-00K (PSK0QC-00K007)

 

A machine made for Walmart in Canada.

 

You should be able to reach all that stuff from within Windows.

 

   Start > All Programs > TOSHIBA > Utilities > HWSetup

 

The boot-order settings are on the Boot Priority tab.

-Jerry
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hafezisk
Posts: 1

Re: Can't get into BIOS setup on Satellite L645D PSK0QC-00K007

but .. that one is when you can enter the windows, but my windows 7 now is corrupted.

 

can not load and I press F2 and F12 also just coming out blank clack screen.

 

I have inserted DVD for setup, I want the format my laptop, but it can not change boot sequence.

 

so it can not recognize my CD..

 

Try many Cd also same...

 

Now what to press in order to enter SETUP

 

my notebook is toshiba satellite L645D-S4030

 

PLEASE HELP ME..

 

PLEASE ANYBODY send to my email : onestop.pulauindah@gmail.com

 

 

 

Thanks

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Brutus65
Posts: 1

Re: Can't get into BIOS setup on Satellite L645D

Discovered something new on this Toshiba model.

I pulled the battery, then unplugged the laptop to ensure I've disabled the quick restart feature.

Then, upon plugging it in and clicking the start button, I pressed the Fn key AND F3<happens to have an image of a bios chip on it !><Geee!>

I then got the Toshiba boot screen with the "F2 for bios or F12 for boot device/order" !

After this, I was able to get into the bios to adjust boot options and utilize my System Recovery DVD set I just created.

 

Hope this helps someone !

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Big_akbar
Posts: 1

Re: Can't get into BIOS setup on Satellite L645D PSK0QC-00K007

recently I have also experienced the same thing, it turns out the cause is the hdd is not detected. after I separated from the computer, and I try with windows xp cd live, walk normally and can get into the BIOS