Question about Toshiba Satellite M105-S3041Notebook
The file deletion may not be the issue. You may have some sort of virus or spyware interfering with the system boot. You may have driver or setting that is not fully resolved from an update. My initial suggestion for a solution would be to restart in Safe Mode, wait for the computer to fully load all of the basic drivers there, then just restart in normal mode and see if that fixes it. The next suggestion is to restart in Safe Mode with the Administrator account and load an earlier System Restore point. After that, it gets complicated.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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