If you guys are wondering what happened to this computer. The repair didn't go well. In fact, I killed it. I attempted to replace both the CMOS batterry and the hard drive, the CMOS, which it was highly unnecessary to replace due to the rechargeability of NIMH batteries. I should have known that, for there was a damaged screw close to the system board, and I didn't have a reverse drill bit to remove the screw. All I had was a file, which my friend helped me to use, and in removing the damaged and stripped screw that way, she accidentally made a tiny mark on the motherboard and the computer died for good after that, so, the 2005, Toshiba Portege S100-S113TD laptop, which lasted for eight and a half years, is dead. I didn't think I'd find a motherboard suitable for it in this day and age, and I wonder whether I had made a mistake on that assumption and didn't trust my instincts, as a result, I lost my first computer I ever owned.