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Restored my toshiba laptop and now it want start up

I restored my laptop to factory settings as it was running really slow when I went to start it up I got a black screen with a little image in the top left hand corner and now it won't work at all

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  • Toshiba Master
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The image it the top left corner, a cursor? Is there any Media in the DVD rom? CD? DVD? No, Repeat the restore process. You did a restore to a earlier date? Or a Full Factory Restore? Unplug, remove battery, plug in, reboot. Any Change?

Posted on Jan 19, 2013

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  • Ashleigh louise Jan 19, 2013

    The image in the top left corner is white and it's two lines in a curved shape. Nothing was in DVD rom or cd. It was a full factory restore I tried unplugging everything and still the same

  • max carson
    max carson Jan 19, 2013

    Has the momitor been damaged? Dropped? Jarred? Bumped? Why were you doing a Full Factory Restore?

  • Ashleigh louise Jan 19, 2013

    No has not been damaged I did a full restore because It was running really slow and they were to many photos so I put them on a hard drive.

  • Ashleigh louise Jan 19, 2013

    It also come up with an error after I went to toshiba recovery wizard

  • max carson
    max carson Jan 20, 2013

    Remove ALL media, DVD,CD.USB. Shut down, unplug, remove battery, plug in , reboot, try a recovery again. If you have formatted? At this point you are committed to a Full Recovery. Assuming your Recovery partition is not corrupted. FYI, We could have cleaned the computer and speeded it up without a Full Recovery. Do you have a Factory Recovery Disk?

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