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That pointer is there to notify you that no operating system was found - Windows has been completely corrupted when you have shut it down while it was still working. Just reinstall it and all will be back to normal.
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That blinking cursor is the way in which the BIOS is telling you that Windows is not loading because its most critical, core files have been corrupted beyond repair. The only thing you can do is to reinstall using the recovery cd or your own Windows install disk.
Hello,this is a common problem that is caused regularly from a virus or a software/driver that you have recently added and caused this.The first you must do is to try to boot from safe mode(pressing F5,F8) while you booting and enter safe mode and remove anything you installed recently.Also you can try to select Last Know Good Configuration.If non of this helped you must reinstall or repair the operating system.Am waiting for your reply.Good luck
sounds like you have some corrupted files in the boot sector. 2 options. 1. using a vista dvd: let it boot from dvd and when it is loaded select the repair my computer option. once you get up and running use malwarebytes and superantispyware to remove any nasty bugs that you may have caught.
2. using your recovery partition do a system recovery this option restores your pc back to when you bought it.
I take it you see the hard drive when you boot to vista cd. doing install can you remove partition and then create new partition format and install vista software. have you tried that if so sounds like your hard drive is working and can delete and reset drive partition index. if your crashing in post then you need to push the tab key when toshiba logo appears should switch showing post BIOS boot on screen all text you should try pressing the setup key as soon as you see the numloc light blink on your keyboard the driver is loaded press f2 then tab key to check post boot.
please let me if this helped you.