Try uninstalling SP3 you will have to hook up to another monitor first. Go to control panel and click on Add and Remove Icon Go down until you see SP3 click on the remove tab. Once it is removed turn off your laptop remove the other monitor and restart you should be fine. You can also call 1-800-642-7676 for help as well
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Here are the steps that you can follow to resolve the issue .
Turn the computer off completely ,disconnect any external devices connected to the computer along with the cable for the internet .Then press and hold the power button on the front panel of the computer tower and then hold it for atleast 30 seconds.Turn the computer on and check what happens.
Turn the computer off and then as soon as you turn the computer on tap the f8 key repeatedly until you get a black screen that says advance boot menu options ,select the option that says safe mode and hit the enter key .Select the operating system if you have xp or else you need to wait for the page wherein you can put in the password.If it is sucesful then it will take you to the desktop so you need to restore the computer to an earlier time when the computer was working fine.Click on start?all programs ?accessories?system tools and then system restore .(in case of vista simply type system restore in the search bar and hit enter). Once the resotre page opens up select restore my computer to an earlier time and click next.You will get a calander whic has different dates so select a date when you think that the computer was working fine.The date that you select should be in bold.Click on nest next to exit from the wizard and then the computer will restore and then will restart which wil take you to the normal mode.If the restore is succesful then it will take you to the desktop .
If safe mode does not work try with last known good configuration which takes the computer to the date when the computer was working fine.If non of the options work then you can go to the recovery page to do this instead of the f8 key tap the f11 key until you get the system recovery page then click on next to get to a page that says advance option ,need to click on that and then select system restore .This is for xp in vista its the same key (f11) but you get a recovery manager page then you will have to select advance option then system restore .
If these options does not work then recovery needs to be done wherein the computer needs to be formated.
when page opens, go to Tools and click on Internet Options. Then click on Connections...........find LAN settings and click on it...........it should be set to Automatically detect blah-blah-blah. if this doesnt work, there are a couple other things we can try
Try to disconnect the new ram you just bought one at the time to see which one is defective. Also, 32 bit operating systems won't detect 4 Gb or ram, but they will show 3 Gb (even though they will use all 4 Gb). To resolve this issue, make sure that if you are using windows Vista to download the latest service pack 1.
ur computer is stuck in resume mode and since there are not all the files on harddrive when it went off so what you need to do is this as soon as it powers on at Toshiba screen keep on taping F8 and then select delete restoration data after that it should boot up fine.
ati2dvag seems to have a problem with XP SP3
I don't know if you have SP3, but if you do, try rolling back to SP2
Method 1: Use the "Add or Remove Programs" item in Control Panel 1. Open the Control Panel 2. Select Add Remove Programs 3. Click to select the Show Updates check box. 4. Click Windows XP Service Pack 3, and then click Remove. 5. Click Finish to restart the computer after the removal process is complete.
Method 2: Use the hidden $NtServicePackUninstall$ folder 1. Click Start, click Run, type c:\windows\$NtServicePackUninstall$\spuninst\spuninst.exe in the Open box, and then click OK. 2. When the Windows XP Service Pack 3 Removal Wizard starts, click Next. 3. Follow the instructions on the screen to remove Windows XP SP3.
Method 3: Use the System Restore and select a restore point prior to SP3