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How come I have just computer and not my computer in my start menu on my toshiba computer

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You must have Vista or Windows 7 installed, it's normal.

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Anonymous - If you haven't already, Go to Start menu and type Computer and select. This window should show your optical disk drive. Right click on it and select Eject from the menu. Hope this helps.

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Is there a preferred startup menu for my Toshiba Satellite L655-S5078?


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Regarding a computer's start-up menu, it is optional. You can choose which start-up programs you want to run on your computer during start-up. To access its control, just follow the steps below.
  1. Click on Start.
  2. Type msconfig on the start search bar and hit enter.
  3. MSCONFIG window will come up. If you see a check box that says "Disable all Microsoft Programs", put a check on it.
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How do i reboot or recover my nb505 toshiba netbook


Reinstall Windows from a Disk


1 Turn on your Toshiba . Insert your recovery disk or the original Windows operating system DVD

into the 's CD/DVD drive. Turn off the computer.


2 Turn on the Toshiba . In the first few seconds while it is starting up, press and hold the F12 key on your keyboard to access the Boot Menu. (Note: Some Toshiba models may tell you to press "C" to boot

from the CD-ROM). The screen will display boot for this boot up session only.


3 Use the arrow keys to navigate. Select the CD-ROM/DVD drive to highlight it. Press "Enter." Be aware that this setting is for this session only; it is not a permanent change.


4 Allow the computer to start up. Follow the onscreen instructions for reinstalling the operating system from the disk.


Reinstall from a Recovery Partition


1 Boot up the Toshiba . In the first few seconds while it is starting up, press and hold the F8 key. This will begin the "Advanced Boot Options" menu.


2 Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate the menu. Move the keys to select "Repair Your Computer." Press "Enter."


3 Select your language and keyboard; click "Next."


4 Select your Windows user name from the drop-down menu. Enter your password if required. Click "OK." This will begin the "System Recovery Options" menu.


5 Select the Toshiba Recovery Wizard and follow the onscreen instructions. The Toshiba Recovery Wizard will delete all existing data on the hard drive and reinstall Windows.


Hope this helps!

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I need to reset my laptop


Hello, here are the steps to resetting your computer.



Reinstall Windows from a Disk



1 Turn on your Toshiba Satellite. Insert your recovery disk or the original Windows operating system DVD

into the Satellite's CD/DVD drive. Turn off the computer.



2 Turn on the Toshiba Satellite. In the first few seconds while it is starting up, press and hold the F12 key on your keyboard to access the Boot Menu. (Note: Some Toshiba models may tell you to press "C" to boot

from the CD-ROM). The screen will display boot for this boot up session only.



3 Use the arrow keys to navigate. Select the CD-ROM/DVD drive to highlight it. Press "Enter." Be aware that this setting is for this session only; it is not a permanent change.



4 Allow the computer to start up. Follow the onscreen instructions for reinstalling the operating system from the disk.



Reinstall from a Recovery Partition



1 Boot up the Toshiba Satellite. In the first few seconds while it is starting up, press and hold the F8 key. This will begin the "Advanced Boot Options" menu.



2 Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate the menu. Move the keys to select "Repair Your Computer." Press "Enter."



3 Select your language and keyboard; click "Next."



4 Select your Windows user name from the drop-down menu. Enter your password if required. Click "OK." This will begin the "System Recovery Options" menu.



5 Select the Toshiba Recovery Wizard and follow the onscreen instructions. The Toshiba Recovery Wizard will delete all existing data on the hard drive and reinstall Windows.



Hope this helps!

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How to factory reset my toshiba nb200


Well, to get the operating system back to factory settings and back to its original out of the box state, simply go to 'help' menu under 'start' menu, and type in 'recovery'. Recovery will get the computer back to its original state when you opened the box and powered it up for the first time.
An image of this state is located on the hard drive of the computer.

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Start menu toolbar does not appear on desktop


check this out maybe it can help..

in the desktop..put the cursor and right click-properties-select desktop-customize desktop-check the desktop icons you want..and click ok...just try maybe this is only you want..

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maybe you lost your COMS you should recharg it

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SYSTEM SETUP OR BOOT MENU FOR TOSHIBA A40


Restart the computer,

Right after the Toshiba logo appears start tapping the F8 key.

You will get an option to start in Safe Mode.

Select this option and let the computer start in Safe Mode.

If given the option you will want to log in as Administrator.

After you are logged in you will want to go to the Control Panel and then click on the Users link.

Select your account and choose to remove the password.

Reboot the computer and you should be able to access your account.

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