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Thread: Problem with My Toshiba Satellite L855-14C

  1. Problem with My Toshiba Satellite L855-14C
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    Hey There Guys. Last Time I have some problem. One day I was going downstairs. There was a water and I was holding my laptop. But I slipped down and my laptop fell down from the stairs. I was really worried. So I hurry carried him up. Powered on and BAM. It didn't load Windows 8.1 but it Showed something like: "No Bootable Device Found. Please Restart". First I though It was HardDisk Problem.. So I brough HDD to my Uncle. He tested HDD on other Computer a He said that HDD is OK. So I tried to Remove and Insert HDD Back but Still any Change.. . I think my Uncle is Right... I even tried to Make Bootable UEFI Windows 8.1 Setup USB Disk. Setup Loaded Successfully. But It was Stucking at "Setup Is Starting" about 4 Hours. So I powered him Down.. Then I tried Setup Again. I googled some help with DISKPART. But there is even Problem that when i open Setup CMD (SHIFT+F10) and Type /diskpart it just shows something Like:
    Microsoft DiskPart version 6.3.9600
    Copyright (C) 1999-2013 Microsoft Corpation.
    On Computer: MINWINPC

    It doesn't show up DISKPART> over 3 Hours.. (It HAS to.)

    So I don't know what to do. .

    Please Guys Help me. I'm just 14 Year Old Boy.

    My Laptop is Toshiba Satellite L855-14C

  2. Re: Problem with My Toshiba Satellite L855-14C
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    I think the HDD may have bad sectors, possibly in the boot sector area.

    Connect the HDD to another PC, run this utility to check the SMART status and check the number of bad sectors/blocks.
    http://crystalmark.info/software/Cry...o/index-e.html

  3. Re: Problem with My Toshiba Satellite L855-14C
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    Additionally, you can use something like Seatools to test the HDD for bad blocks
    http://www.seagate.com/au/en/support...ls-win-master/

    If the HDD is ok, then something else in the notebook may be faulty, possibly the mainboard.

  4. Re: Problem with My Toshiba Satellite L855-14C
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    Yeah. I try that.. And Also I have Sounds of my Hard Drive when I power it up. Here : http://vocaroo.com/i/s02K5BSERliH

    But that Sounds.. I think it's useless now. Maybe the Hard Disk Hand i stuck on Plattern.. :/

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