Click here to Register a free account now! I am getting Built in HDD Error, this time however it goes past this message and will boot from the recovery cd to the install screen. So am posting here and hope it will help others and be easier to find. Why Toshiba proved drivers that don’t work I don’t know. Now download the f6flpy
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Portege m400 New HDD Install problem
Mm400 on the unzipped Exe file and it will ask you to put in a floppy disk. Now download the f6flpy I am getting Built in HDD Error, this time however it goes past this message and will boot from the recovery cd to the install screen. Users who try to treat them as such are bound to have problems when they try to do things which can only be done with full-blown desktops or laptops.
I am at a loss as to what to do any ideas?
So am posting here and hope it will help others and be easier to find. And, of course, there’s always malware. The time now is Hopefully that will help others after me going round in circles trying to find a solution. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Posted 01 June – Without error messages of any sort Malware Removal Logs Forum.
Portege m New HDD Install problem – Windows XP Home and Professional
Why Toshiba proved drivers that don’t work I don’t know. Killeen, TX Local time: This was until I found one very old post from on another forum, that lead me in the right direction. Welcome to BleepingComputera free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers.
Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. This is also happening with the brand new HDD which i bought cause i thought it was an hdd problem first. Moved from Internal Hardware to XP. Welcome to the Toshiba Support Forum, created for customers and enthusiasts to share knowledge, solve problems and discuss technology. Now I can not install xp data the new hdd.
I have read that the recovery disk should be able to boot to a new disk directly and do the configuration but i can’t seem to get it working.
Needless to say it came back with the data hdd in it and running all slow and lagging and then it decided to fail at the boot screen again. System tested working OK.
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It should work with all XP versions but this is the one I have tested it with. Results 1 asta 1 of 1.
How can i install the OS onto the new hdd? Posted 02 April – Several functions may not work. Once done, load up XP. I downloaded every single driver for this, from Toshiba and not one of them worked, when loaded with F6 on a floppy.