Sir pls help me my laptop keeps freezing, i try to restore it to a previous date but it keeps showing error with the code 0X80070565, but if i choose safe mode it works nice and normal it is toshiba satellite model A210-19T
Hi my name is gary and i will try to help you with your problem
first of all have you recently added any new hardware to your pc i.e graphics card ..sound card if so start up in safe mode then remove the driver using the add and remove feature in the control panel......if this was the cause of the problem it should now ok
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Turn on your Toshiba > press F8 repeatedly >>> Select SAFE MODE >>> ( if you are not sure what went wrong >>> Click yes on system restore >>> ) (it will restore yoour system to the date previously you select >>> let says 1 month earlier) Your unit will restart automatic
If your unit keeps restart after enter the safe mode >>> Insert Windows vista CD/DVD >> boot with it select REPAIR your system
Upon startup, one of the F keys, usually F4 through F8, will bring up a system repair screen, with a lot of options. Pick "Restore and Backup". Then Restore your computer to an earlier date. This will keep all your files and programs, and restore your registry and drivers to an earlier date when they worked. You probably got a virus, and this will get rid of it. Good luck, and hope this helps.
The desktop icons and the task bar would generally dissappear if you have a virus on the PC. However, sometimes improper software installations may cause undesired results like we have right now. Instead of trying uninstalling anything, try restoring the system to a previous point using system restore.
oh k.. so u mean whenever u start ur computer or whenever u work on it, it shows Blue screen... This blue screen is called BSOD Error (Blue Screen Of Death) It occurs due to several reasons but since u specified abt memory, this might be showing you Kernal Memory Dump, i hope.. Dont need to panic, try to start up computer in safe mode & restore it to previous known date at which u didn't had that problem.. It generally occurs after installing some new softwares or drivers that conflicts with the memory module.. so try to restore ur system else try removing ur newly installed software or driver... Hope this helped u out.. Thanks....
I guess a new software install could have caused the issue. The could be conflict between devices.
Remove all the USB devices connected to the laptop. Remove external mouse and keyboard also if any.
Try booting. If it still does not boot then restart system and keep pressing F8 to view the boot options. If you get the boot screen then choose Safe mode option and try booting in to the desktop. Once the desktop is available go to Start-> Accessories-> System Tools-> System Restore to restore your system to a previous date.
If F8 does not work then probably you can do a complete reinstall of the OS by pressing F11 or Ctrl+F11. You will lose all the data in the system using this option and the system will be restored back to its factory settings. (This option works only if the laptop has manufacturer provided OS in it)
else you need to contact Toshiba tech support for any hardware related issues