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Toshiba Satellite Click 2- L35W-B3204 Ultrabook

Introduction

This is a template for a future compatibility guide to running Linux with the Toshiba Satellite Click 2- L35W-B3204 Ultrabook laptop. If you have the Toshiba Satellite Click 2- L35W-B3204 Ultrabook and are running Linux on it please consider editing this page or adding a comment below with your compatibility details. By contributing you will help other people running this laptop or trying to make a decision on whether to buy it or not.

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Specifications

For full specifications see the Toshiba Satellite Click 2- L35W-B3204 Ultrabook specifications page.

NameToshiba Satellite Click 2- L35W-B3204 Ultrabook
ProcessorIntel Pentium N3530 Processor
Screen13.3“ widescreen
1366×768 (HD)
RAM4GB
HDD500GB HDD (5400rpm, Serial ATA)
Optical DriveToshiba USB Portable DVD SuperMulti Drive
Graphics
NetworkNo
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160 1×1 AC (433Mbps)

Linux Compatibility

DeviceCompatibilityComments
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HDDNot Tested
Graphics ChipNot Tested
HDMI OutNot Tested
Display PortNot Tested
Optical DriveNot Tested
SoundNot Tested
MicrophoneNot Tested
Headphone PortNot Tested
Microphone-In PortNot Tested
WirelessNot Tested
BluetoothNot Tested
USBNot Tested
FirewireNot Tested
Card ReaderNot Tested
WebcamNot Tested
KeyboardNot Tested
TouchPadNot Tested
Suspend/ResumeNot Tested

Notes

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Summary

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Discussion

Micky Scandal, 2016/12/19 23:50

DO NOT BUY AND EXPECT TO USE LINUX!!! Linux does run on this computer but I've been plagued since the day I got it with random power-downs and freezes. out of all my research I've come to the conclusion that the most likely cause is an acpi issue. it comes down to this. linux will run (tested with ubuntu, backbox, slackware, red hat, and centOS) but expect your computer to randomly power off (like someone held down the power button) several times a day, even more if you watch netflix or youtube (that seems to make it freeze more). I've been working on this problem for a year now and still yet to find a solution. bottom line, if you plan on running linux full time or dual boot. do not buy the toshiba satellite click 2 (l35w-b3204)!

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