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Toshiba L505D-S5965 Keyboard not working and bluescreening

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Ok I got a Toshiba Satellite L505D-S5965 Laptop running Windows 7 HP 32bit

http://us.toshiba.com/computers/lapt...00/L505D-S5965

The issue im having is the keyboard isnt working and the system blue screens when loading windows. The keyboard works during the post but not after. I can press F2 to enter the bios but it doesnt work once im in the bios.

I cant change the boot order to boot from CD even. When It tried to load Windows it starts loading Windows startup repair and blue screens with the following error

The bios in this system is not fully ACPI Compliant
Stop 0x000000A5

Its been running Windows 7 for almost a year so I know thats not the issue. I have completely disassembled it and reassembled to check for loose connections, I tested it with the KB unplugged, with different ram, and a bare boot (no HD, Optical drive and such all removed), and reseated the CPU, Im completely stumped. I dont know how to reset the bios to defaults without a working KB. I was going to try baking the motherboard, but decided to post here first, Any Ideas guys
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You could try removing the CMOS battery from the motherboard and letting it sit for a few minutes that will reset everything to default.
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CMOS battery is soldered on actually not sure how to actually reset it without pulling it off
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post #4 of 28
Wow, what luck, I'm having exactly the same issue as you down to the letter. Hope somebody has been able to fix this before. Glad you checked, I really hate opening up laptops, I was going for the battery too...

This started happening... last night or the night before. Can't remember which exactly. You as well, I assume?
post #5 of 28
Bump.

I also personally tried two separate USB keyboards, neither of which worked at all, and swapping out memory, which I didn't expect to work either. And it didn't.

I want to try taking out the CMOS battery to see if it will fix the problem, but I very rarely open laptops up and if it's soldered on I don't know how to approach it at all.

This isn't even my laptop, it's my aunts, and I'd like it if she didn't have to spend the money on a new laptop over something like this when the machine worked just fine up to a random instant in time.
post #6 of 28
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Originally Posted by Lumi View Post
Bump.

I also personally tried two separate USB keyboards, neither of which worked at all, and swapping out memory, which I didn't expect to work either. And it didn't.

I want to try taking out the CMOS battery to see if it will fix the problem, but I very rarely open laptops up and if it's soldered on I don't know how to approach it at all.

This isn't even my laptop, it's my aunts, and I'd like it if she didn't have to spend the money on a new laptop over something like this when the machine worked just fine up to a random instant in time.

I Havethe exact same problem as you guys as well, i have even went as far as ordering a new KB for it, still no fix....i have as well updated the bios to ver 1.50 (keyboard doesnt have to work to update bios, just remove the hd and put botable cd in) then tried to downgrade to ver 1.40, then to 1.30, then back to ver 1.00 in the bios...NONE OF IT MAKES ANY DIFFERENCE!! its like it adknowledges the KB works for millaseconds then craps out...im not sure. HAVE YOU GUYS FOUND OUT WHY YET??? if so please post a responce here, for it would be greatly apperciated. :-/
post #7 of 28
Update: baking the board does not make any difference. Out of ideas, anyone else?
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BUMP. guess thats why my main machine is a MacBook 13.3 this has never failed me, and im triple booting OS's
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[quote=mikeyincredible;11620380]BUMP. guess thats why my main machine is a MacBook 13.3 :) this has never failed me, and im triple booting OS's[/quote] Yeah, this wasnt a main system either, its used more like a net book really, got something to try on it tonight I'll see how it goes.
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Originally Posted by Relevant Wing;11631434 
Yeah, this wasnt a main system either, its used more like a net book really, got something to try on it tonight I'll see how it goes.

That would be awesome dude. let me know what you have and tried and if it has worked or not. I hate giving up on something...i took a day away from it to keep me from launching it across the room. lol biggrin.gif
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