Error codes on Toshiba M780
Information on Error codes on Toshiba Portege® M780
Different useful features have made the Toshiba Portege® M780 very popular in the laptop world. It has features like Face recognition, Fingerprint reader, and tablet pc mode. This laptop has different models S7210, S7220, S7230, S7240 etc. It comes with Intel® Core processor with 2 GB/ 3 GB/ 4 GB RAM. Its operating system is the Windows® 7 professional with the Windows® XP tablet pc edition recovery media. But different error may occur while you are running the computer.
Error codes in Toshiba M780 are discussed below.
- Windows® Error Recovery
- Keyboard Error Messages
- Error checking on the disk drive
- ExpressCard® error
Windows® Error Recovery
Your computer shows some kind of error messages like “Warning resume failure” or “Windows did not shut down successfully”. You can face such problems if your computer was in the Sleep mode due to the discharged battery. So when you will run the computer by the battery power do not leave it in the Sleep mode for long time. To overcome this problem, charge the battery by plugging the computer into the electric socket of your home.
Keyboard Error Messages
You are typing the keys of your keyboard, but nothing is happening or it is responding with strange characters. Or you have connected an external keyboard, but the system shows keyboard error messages. In such cases, check the cursor control overlay light and the ‘numLock’ indicator. If the lights are on, off the lights by pressing the Fn + F10 and Fn + F11 keys. If you face the problem with an external keyboard, then you should update the driver. The driver may come with the keyboard or you can collect it from the manufacturer website.
If the drive is not accessible properly, be sure you have identified the drive by the correct name. You can run ‘Error-checking’ to analyze the drives and to repair it. To run error-checking, click ‘Start’, then click ‘Computer’. Then right click on the drive that needs to be checked. Click ‘Properties’ from the pop-up menu. Then from the ‘Properties’ box click on the tab named ‘Tools’. Then click ‘Check now’, then from the ‘Check Disk ‘box choose the necessary options, then click ‘Start’. The Error-checking will check and repair the drive.
The ExpressCard® may cause your system to hang. In such cases, shut down the computer by pressing the On/Off switch for about 10 seconds. Press the F8 key just after restarting the computer, then run the computer in safe mode. After starting the computer, go to the Device Manager. If you see any conflict, uninstall the device. If it does not resolve your problem, contact the manufacturer of the card.