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Here's my advice: First pull out the 128MB stick you can see and try booting it then. Press the battery release tab next to the computer battery. TechSpot is a registered trademark. It will repair any corruption without erasing any of your files and or data. weblink

Maybe the RO M module must be replaced or reflashed… Who knows?! Are you dual booting to have both Win7 and Win8?. Members have access to different forum appearance options, and many more functions. This message only occurs when I try to install a new hard drive.

Laptops aren`t my thing really. BTW. Open the cover. Also, if it was overheating wouldn't it just crash on me and then not boot until it cooled off?

When it finally started up again I noticed that it had done an automatic Windows security update. not a logical partition, or set the whole drive up as a primary drive without partitions. So I looked up the Isass.exe and some ppl say it's a virus and others say it might mean I have a virus, the thing is that Norton had just run If your problem is showing up when you are trying to install an OS...

Maybe it`s time to open up the laptop and give it a thorough cleaning. Found the Service Manual I believe "F2" gets you in. My dad brought this laptop about 2 years ago but has since passed away but my younger brother the so called Computer guru has stuffed it we think! PLEASE HELP ME~!!!!!!

Click here to become a Hardware Analysis registered user. So. Apr 18, 2006 #8 howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177 +19 Mmm. Lift the battery out of its compartment.

To make things worse, it’s probably not cheap. check my blog with both of them out i am still getting the same system message ... Now the laptop won't boot at all, there seems to be no HDD activity, and I can't do anything with it. Murf View Public Profile Visit Murf's homepage!

The hard drive do not even have an OS on them. have a peek at these guys john albrich Dec 10, 2013, 11:52pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Resource Conflict - Allocation Error Static Node # 00 Michel G C Dec 10, 2013, 10:44pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Resource Conflict - Allocation Error Static Node # Like I said earlier, laptops aren`t really my thing lol.

I don't know if that has anything to do with it, but it's another thing I noticed. Regards Howard :wave: :wave: Apr 17, 2006 #6 sleppy TS Rookie Topic Starter pros I bought it second hand and it's not under the warranty anymore, so I kind of A subscription is forthcoming. check over here Download EASEUS partition manager and install it.

If you can get it to boot from a floppy, you might try running some tests from a diagnostic disk (Dell Diagnotics, Troubleshooter, etc.), but at this point it's looking like Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: Satellite P300 - Resource conflict on start up Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear With laptops there really isn’t much you can pull out and test, so you may need to take it into a Toshiba service center.

Reply With Quote 19.08.2010,11:37 Re: Satellite P300 - Resource conflict on start up #4 Xardas View Profile View Forum Posts Master Join Date Oct 2009 Posts 3,013 Hi Shaz, As I

Password Register FAQ Calendar Today's Active Topics Search Notices Viewing on a mobile device? I wish I had better news for you, but what you’ve described sounds like a hardware problem to me. The hard drive do not even have an OS on them. and there is nothing in the bios that i can find which lets me configure much more then boot sequence ...

Overheating issue me thinks. When I attempted to run with the AC adapter, the following error messages appeared: ERROR: 0271: Check date & Time Settings ERROR: Resource Conflict- Allocation error Static Node #5 The first Can anyone tell me if this makes any sense given what I have explained is happening? this content Other members, may have better advice.

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Not sure of the other settings in there, not sure post. rodgerm View Public Profile Find all posts by rodgerm #4 February 27th, 2012, 09:15 PM rodgerm Member Join Date: Oct 2005 Posts: 52 Followed your advice Murf and Please help me to figure out what's going on da laptop Thanks Tony Want to enjoy fewer advertisements and more features?