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Back up all of you data to an external drive before you begin the process If you make a mistake during the process, your laptop may not be able to turn on or load the operating system, so copy valuable information to media where you can retrieve it, even if your laptop malfunctions. Turn on your system and wait for it to finish loading Windows and start-up programs. You can tell when the operating system has loaded, and start-up programs have been initiated, by the HDD (hard disk drive) light. It should have came with discs. Put one in and reboot the laptop Insert the system disk when the hard disk light stops blinking, signaling that the processor has finished accessing the hard disk, and that the system is idle. Shut down your laptop after you insert the disc. You do not have to wait for the computer to access data from the disc. Turn on the laptop again. Keep pressing the "C" key continuously as the system boots. This will enable the laptop to boot from the disk. Once the disk is accessed, the laptop will show the message "Loading Files;" begin the factory reset process by always selecting the default option that pops up. You can also use the "F12" key to boot from the disk. Highlight the CD/DVD option and press "Enter" to begin the restore process. Follow the on-screen instructions until the process finishes
Restoring a Toshiba laptop back to factory settings may take 30 to 45 minutes. Unless you terminate a process by pressing "Cancel," your laptop will be rolled back to factory defaults, when the operating system installs completely. hope this helps
You may have installed every
softwares on your System Drive (typically C:/, where the OS is installed). Try to install them on other partitions, this
will free up some spaces.
You may try with Disk Cleanup
utility. To use it go to: Start> All
Programs> Accessories> System Tools> Disk CleanUp. This will ask you which of the disk to be cleaned
up. Select the desired System Drive Letter and click on OK. You may delete
Windows Error reporting files, System error memory dump files from there. You can also delete older restore points by
clicking on Clean Up System Files. Select
System drive letter as before and click on moreoptions. Under System Restore and
shadow copies click clean up. This will
remove all but the latest restore point.
Go into the BIOS and check if the BIOS detects the hard disk. If not then most likely the hard disk has failed and the hard disk needs to be replaced then Windows needs to be installed on the new hard drive plus the Toshiba M115 device drivers and your programs/software.
You will need to run the Recovery Media Creator application provided by Toshiba with your laptop if you do not have a backup / recovery disk. The instructions for doing this are documented in the User Guide for the Toshiba Satelite L755D on the Toshiba Support web site. . .http://support1.toshiba-tro.de/tedd-files2/0/userman-en-20110509152548.zip . .The User Guide is a PDF document contained in a ZIP archive.
Hi! If you have the Windows 7 disc just insert it restart the computer. It will boot directly from the disc. Then follow the step by step instructions here.
If you don't have the Windows 7 disc, you have two ways to reformat your Toshiba computer.
Using Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility from the recovery partition In case of a hard disk drive failure, you may be able to restore the drive to the factory default state using the on-disk Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility (in a special partition on the hard disk drive). You can select restoring the entire hard disk drive to the factory default state, or restoring only the C: drive -- without affecting other partitions (for example, a D: drive) -- or changing the size allocated to your C: drive, and then restore it. To recover your hard disk drive from a system failure using the utilities stored on your computers HDD, follow these steps:
If the computer is running, shut it down -- by clicking Start, Shut Down, and again Shut Down.
Press and hold the 0 (zero) key on your keyboard and then press the computers power switch. When the computer turns on, the Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility screen will appear, presenting three options:
Sample TOSHIBA HDD Recovery Utility screen
Restore Original Factory Image (Recommended) CAUTION: Restoring a hard disk drive to its factory default state deletes all partitions on the hard disk drive and all data stored on those partitions. All of your files and information will be lost! Be sure to back up all important files first.
Press 1 to restore your hard disk drive to its original factory default state. A confirmation message will appear, indicating that all data will be overwritten and lost during the restore process. Be sure to back up all important files before proceeding.
Click Yes to begin the recovery. A message will appear once the operation is finished, indicating the HDD has been restored.
Press any key to restart the computer.
* The options 2 & 3 are for advanced users.
Hard Disk Drive Recovery using Recovery CDs or DVDs You may also wish to to run the Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility from Recovery CDs or DVDs that you have created. Insert the first Recovery CD or DVD into your CD/DVD drive, and turn on the computer. Once the computer is running, the TOSHIBA HDD Recovery Utility screen will appear, presenting the same three options above. Again Press 1 to restore your hard disk drive to its original factory default state. Click Yes to begin the recovery. Press any key to restart the computer.
Installing Drivers and Applications The TOSHIBA Application Installer allows you to reinstall the drivers and applications that were originally bundled with your computer. To reinstall drivers and applications:
Double-click the "Toshiba Application Installer" icon on the Windows desktop. This utility may also be launched by clicking Start -->All Programs --> Hard Disk Recovery Utilities.
Click the item(s) you wish to install. To select multiple items, hold down the Ctrl key as you click your selections.
Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the installation process.
What you should do is in the following order: 1.Go into bios and load defaults (usually hit F1) 2.Go into bios and set the boot sequence as HDD number 1 3.Go into bios and disable network PXE boot if possible. 4.Now retry 5.No success press F12 and choose HDD as boot up 6.Now retry 7.No success then remove the HDD clean the contacts and reseat 8.Now retry 9.No success open the laptop lid locate which part of the laptop the hdd is located and just give the laptop a tap in that corner and abit of a push (with the laptop turned OFF) Ive successfully fixed 2 of my IBM's doing this. 10.Still no success try changing the HDD and reformating a fresh 11.Still no success i would open the laptop up completely remove the motherboard and oven bake your motherboard and 375f for 10 minutes BUT BE WARNED DO A GOOGLE SEARCH BEFORE DOING THIS!. This method can also repair other faults such as GPU faults, Memory faults..ect.
Run check disk for hard drive errors. I recommend immediately backing up all your data that you can, wiping it, and reinstalling your programs. The rebooting problem smells like a bad hard drive. I just went through it with a Compaq at work.
IS THIS IMMEDIATELY ON STARTUP
ITS LOOKING FOR DISK LIKE WINCD OR RECOVERYCD
WHEN DID PROBLEM START
WHILE IN A RESTART CONTINUOSLY PRESS F7
WHEN OPTIONS APPEAR HIGHLIGHT OPTION FOR HARDDRIVE THEN PRESS ENTER
IF STILL HAPPENS LET ME KNOW