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Toshiba Satellite Click W35Dt


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For full specifications see the Toshiba Satellite Click W35Dt specifications page.

NameToshiba Satellite Click W35Dt
ProcessorAMD Dual Core A4-1200 Accelerated Processor
Screen13.3“ widescreen Finger-print coating, HD LED Backlit display with 10-point Touch Screen capability, In-Plane Switching (IPS) support 1366×768 (HD), 16:9 aspect ratio
HDD500GB HDD 5400rpm
Optical DriveNone
GraphicsAMD Radeon HD 8180
Wi-Fi Wireless networking (802.11b/g/n)

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TouchPadNot Tested
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I, 2015/07/10 17:30

Note. Desesperate moves, do them by your own risk( Throwing Windows 8 and UEFI to the hell! ):

Model: Toshiba Satellite W35Dt(click) Windows 8 installed by default.

Get ubuntu 14 desktop for AMD64 and make a bootable USB from the .iso (because laptop hasn't DVD unit)
Update BIOS(1.40 to 1.50): run on windows 8: sd24v150.exe(download it from support) (Be carefull and read instructions, update bios can be very dangerous).
When laptop is starting hold down F2 or Fn+F2
On bios disable Security → Secure Boot.
On bios change boot order: USB with priority 1.
Cross your fingers!!! (For install Ubuntu you must know other tricks,,, maybe you need googling …….. ). Atte. I

Dave, 2015/02/08 22:31

Run-of-the-mill Linux will not natively boot as CSM/Legacy support is not available in UEFI!

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