Toshiba Satellite 1110: I have to press F1 for it to startup

By Keliud
Jan 17, 2005
  1. I have a toshiba satellite 1110. I recently partitioned the hard drive and have been having problems were it keeps crashing. Is suspect that my ram is too small i only have 128 and it runs on windows XP. However my problem is that when i start up the computer it stops when it gets to a page showing the toshiba logo and i have to press F1 for it to continue and start up.

    I have gone to bios and reloaded the default setting
    I have reformated the hard drive containing the operating system

    But i still have the problem

    Please HELP!!!


    GAZZAERE08 TS Rookie

    Toshiba Satellite 1110 Wont boot up without pressing F1!

    It could be a Problem with your CMOS battery which is the date/time battery for the BIOS to keep the date/time correct. I had an Iridium Starbook 200 Notebook and it had the same problem and what I usually did was go into the BIOS and reset the clock and save the changes and it would be fine afterwards but I dont know if you are experiencing the same problem. I too have a Toshiba Satellite 1110 Laptop but I have no problems with it!
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