Set-up in Toshiba® Tecra A11
Toshiba Tecra A11 is a stylish notebook PC which delivers high quality performance. It has a stylish and durable design. The stunning specifications of this laptop are Intel Core i3-330M processor, Intel Media Accelerator HD graphics engine, 15.6-inch wide LED screen, 2 GB DDR3 memory, 250 GB hard disk drive, Super Multi DVD optical drive, webcam, etc. It supports Bluetooth V2.1 and Wi-Fi wireless communication technologies. It has a six-cell battery with long battery backup. It supports Windows XP and Windows 7 Professional operating systems. The Toshiba Tecra A11 system has to be configured before using it. It is to make sure that the system settings are capable of meeting the user needs. The set-up configuration in the system can be disabled due to the failure of the CMOS battery, conflicts in the authorization settings, device installation issues, etc.
- Authorization setting conflicts
- Battery failure
- Tips to resolve issues
Authorization setting conflicts
Sometimes users change the password for BIOS settings in the system. If someone forgets the password or enters an incorrect password, it will result in the disabling of the initial system set-up configuration. In such situation the user fails to enter the BIOS settings and make necessary updates. So it is advised to enter the correct password for enabling the BIOS settings. Always try to set a password which can be remembered easily.
The overall time settings in Toshiba Tecra A11 are done by the CMOS battery of the system. It can set the system time respective to the real world time. The CMOS battery maintains the system time up-to-date even when the system is turned off. Any defects in the CMOS battery of Toshiba Tecra system can disable the system configuration set-up.
Certain things have to be considered for resolving the set-up configuration disabling conflicts in Toshiba Tecra A11. Install proper security programs in the system and update them regularly. It helps to prevent the attack of viruses and malware to a good extent. Also set the authorization settings such as passwords accurately. While attaching new devices to the system always ensure that you are installing the proper and compatible device drivers. If you find any defects with the CMOS battery of the system, replace it with a new one.