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If you're having trouble while reading a book on your Kobo Aura H2O, Kobo Aura, Kobo Aura HD, Kobo Glo, or Kobo Mini: tap the centre of the screen to bring up the Reading Menu, tap the > Home icon to return to your Home screen, then open your book again.
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What you've plug ? if what you mean is a socket monitor to VGA port, i think you have a problem with your monitor. try to use another monitor if U have one. boot up doesn't display ? go into BIOS setup,look for "load BIOS SetUp Default or Load For Best Performance". Choose it,Save and Exit.
I believe you are running Windows Vista. If you are, your system has suffered a crash. If you have the recovery discs, you're going to have to first attempt to fix the boot record. If this doesn't work, then you're going to have to do a destructive restore.
You'll lose all the data. If you don't have any recovery discs, contact Toshiba. If it is under warranty, they'll send you a copy of the discs. They may charge about 40 dollars.
Just make sure that you can read off the product key to them, otherwise I don't think that they can help you.