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Toshiba Error 05-0172-0017

I am trying to fix my AS135 and got this error when trying to do a system recovery - hard drive is good as it works in an external device. Can you help?

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If sys restore dont work try reinstall or repair from xp os disk

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i think you may have a registry error
you may have a application conflict or surface error

try booting in either step mode or safe mode

step mode will let you know where in the boot process the error occures

in safe mode you can run a registry utility like iolo system / registry mechanic
& run error checking

if you need neer to remove & backup your drive you can get a hard drive usb adapter cable set $10-$20 - less work

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I download this from the Toshiba support site:
While running a full system recovery from the Recovery Media, the installation may fail -- and display one of the error messages listed below. Possible causes of these error conditions are listed at right. Use this list as a troubleshooting guide -- not as an absolute list of causes, as there may be others.
"An error has occurred. ERROR :10-FC10-1710" -- may be caused by a faulty hard drive.
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