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i would remove the hard drive check for dirt and replace it
try to boot up again
if that didn't work
The only thing i can think of is to try a system restore in safe mode
power up laptop and keep pressing the F8 tab until you get a safe mode box up
choose safe mode with networking
then wait until hopefully it starts up to the desktop
if and when everything is loaded and ok
click on system restore and choose a date to restore back to when all was well
this will work in xp but not sure if it will work in vista in safe mode
if it will work windows will ask you to click yes
then it will restart
i hope this works for you
please let us know if it does
You or an internet application or a virus (worse case) enabled another application to manage your media. Toshiba usually prevents this. Two things you can do. First, you can cTRL aLT dEL and check your processes for an unusual program running....have to know what you are looking for. Check MSCONFIG utility to see if any program preloaded on startup and hijacked your media....have to know what you are looking at. OR....Restore your operating system back to a day when it did work. EASY Restore is in start/programs/accessories/system tools.
what kind of windows? if its xp or vista. Start menu All programs accessories System Tools System Restore - Select the day before when you started to have a problem and wait until you computer its repair ;)
check your driver maybe this is not exact driver installed in your pc. or some programs complicated each others this is cause of blue screen, shuting down, restart automatically.. if this happened remove that program then renstall again if the same problem try to renstall you operating system.. but..take notes... save first all your inportan data/ SAVE THE DOCUMENTS, DESKTOP/ FAVORATES FOLDER.. BUT THE PROGRAM INSTALLED IN YOUR SYSTEM WELL BE LOST ALL..
You can try a system restore, ie you can take back your computer to a date when it was working fine .
Running system restore in windows Xp:
Start >All Programs> Accessories >System Tools >System restore
Running system restore in Vista
Start> write "system restore in start search bar "> click system restore