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1. Restart or power on your pc. When you see the Toshiba logo, press F8. 2. From the option menu, select "Repair Your Computer". 3. Follow the insturction for setting up your user name, password and language. 4. Click OK, sigin in as the administrator. 5. Select Toshiba HD Recovery. Click Next to restore to factory setting. 6. Click Next again. 7. Click Yes and Restart. This will began the factory reset process.
Would initially suggest to clean the memory(/ies). Turn over the laptop, behind one of the panels/lid/cover secured by a screw or two would be the memory modules. Snap them out, use a hard pencil eraser to clean the little gold pins, a dry brush on the memory slots and re-insert the memories back, try again.
Should this be not corrective, it would appear that you have a video driver problem and fails to load correctly. Try booting into "Last known good configuration that worked", otherwise might require re-installing Windows all over again, sorry.
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Update: I looked at the plug connecting the HD to the PC and pulled it about 1/2 way back off and reinserted into machine. I then pulled the HD back out and noticed that it was not all the way pushed back on and it wasnt parallel to the HD. Basically I am thinking that the HD is not sitting properly in the bay for some reason or another, but I have been running 10+ hours with no problems as of yet. I did reformat the HD so I am going down that road of reloading and letting run awhile, reboot, repeat. Not sure if solution, but looking real good at this point.