I formated the operating system of my toshiba from its original vista to XP operating system.After this i noticed that whenever i try to shut down, it will reboot itself instead of shutting down. i cant shut down. i later re-loaded windows vista thinking it may solve my problem but its still the same.
PLS HELP ME OUT.
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thats a trojan or virus in your laptop,i suggest u format or boot from cd/dvd rom with a compatible operating system disk(WIN7/XP/VISTA/2000),THEN U DO system repair..THAT IS IF U HAVE ANY IDEA ABOUT IT,IF NOT,TAKE IT TO UR REPIARMAN
Hi there, please restart your laptop when its booting press F8 key . You will find few option asking for selection. Select that by using up/down arrow key. Select " Last know good configuration" & press Enter. Next page asking for selecting operating system, for example: windows vista or Windows XP etc. Just select the operating system & press Enter again. ( Hope your laptop showing only one operating system ). Your laptop will start normally. Another suggestion is run your Toshiba l505d driver DVD for installing Display drivers. When finish restart your laptop and watch whats going. If no success then format the Operating system & reinstall again.
download the sata drivers from the dell website and then use nlite ( http://www.nliteos.com ) and slipstream the sata driver with the xp installation disc and you should be able to boot from the xp disc then
Well of course I do have to tell ya that downgrading from the original operating system which is Vista OS on your computer will cause alot of issues, Usually you will need to go to each and every manufactors website for each product and locate the driver yourself because every Computer Manufactor company will tell you that you should keep the windows operating system that came with the computer or they will not provide you any drivers, and they mean it, I tried downgrading from Vista OS to XP and had no drivers ... I would try going to the Wi-Fi adapter/card manufactors website and try to locate a driver. That is your bests bet Toshiba is not going to help any...especially if warrant is out of date...Let me know how it goes!
Windows 2000, Windows XP/2003(32/64 bits) Driver only (Executable file)
i downloaded and installed then gave it a reboot and we have sound again :) not sure if this helps you or not but i will bookmark this post to see if this helps anyone so let me know :)
Try starting in safe mode (press f8 on start up) once in safe mode use system restore to restore your operating system to a earlier point.
Start - programs - accessories - system tools - system restore.
Start - all programs - maintenance - backup and restore center