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Toshiba laptop windows XP has a registry file failure! My home screen won't come up can't get f10 to work safe mode don't work what can I do

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Try this fix from the Microsoft WEB site.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545

If it does not work then -
The quickest and easiest fix is to re-install Windows XP, the laptop's device drivers and your programs.

Posted on Dec 11, 2012

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Try this: Reboot and select Recovery Mode, then from the c:\windows prompt type: chkdsk
Let it run through checkdisk then try it should boot up.

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