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Toshiba Satellite L300D-L305D

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Specifications

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NameToshiba Satellite L300D-L305D
ProcessorAMD Turion 64 X2
Screen15.4” WXGA Widescreen
RAM2GB to 4GB
HDD160GB
Optical DriveDVD+-RW
GraphicsATI Radeon 3100
NetworkEthernet, Atheros 802.11bg

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Discussion

Ted, 2011/03/21 06:26

IF ANYONE HAS ANY IDEAS»» I am using another computer right now, because obviously, mine is down. So I can use my friend's to check my email but not 24 x 7, so PLEASE, if anyone can email me at tvosper@comcast.net with a good solution, or even a number to call and complain to, I would appreciate it. Thank you. Ted.

Ted, 2011/03/21 06:23

We have a Toshiba Satellite L305-S5893 bought 12/09 for Christmas. AMD Turion X2 64 Bit Processor. Came with Windows Vista. Bought New Windows 7 and installed. Ran fine for 1 month. Now: suddenly it stopped. This has been a continual problem. Tried to restart, nothing. No Curser. NADA. I know this laptop tends to heat up, because a couple months after we bought it, it started to heat up and shut off (no ability to suck wind underneath. We called Toshiba Tech about 18 months ago, when it started happening, and he taught me the “battery removal/20 second press of button/reattach everything, and Life is Good” maneuver…but this time, it didn't work. Haven't had to try it in a long time, because we run a raised cooling mat underneath now. Frankly, I think this computer is poorly designed from a cooling standpoint. I've never had a computer that overheats so easily, but I tried to keep it cool, with the raised mat. Pretty disappointed. It turned off by itself, and I don't think it overheated like before. It just decided to die, and doesn't appear to want to be resurrected.
I don't have a lot of tricks, I sure would appreciate some advice-other than tossing it in the trash, and looking the other way when I buy another computer. This computer wasn't cheap…and it sure hasn't been a fun ride with it. Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance for emailing me at tvosper@comcast.net

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