Question about Toshiba Satellite A60 Notebook
I am not sure if its a boot sector virus or just an old hard disk that needs to be replaced. My desktop reboots repeatedly unless I stop it with the DEL key and go to BIOS and run it in fail safe settings
Thank you in advance.
You can download ubcd, or minipe, and burn them to a cd, if you have another computer, then insert the cd of your choice (minipe is a bit easier), minipe has a start menu similar to the normal windows start menu, somewhere in that menu, there should be a chkdsk, or check disk utility, you would want to run that, and choose yes when it asks if you want to check for bad sectors
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