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Let it start in safe mode, Once it boots up click Start/Programs/ and look for the RUN prompt. It might be under the Accessories folder. Once you get RUN to open type msconfig and press OK.
When the System Configuration window opens Click on the "Boot.ini" tab at the top and make sure the /SAFEBOOT option is not selected. If it is, remove the check mark then hit OK. Reboot and see if it goes to normal.
This error usually happens when the firmware has been corrupted or deleted. The easiest way to correct this is by updating the firmware. You may also try to restore the firmware data by following the steps below.
1. Connect the gigabeat to your computer using a USB cable.
2. Start Explorer on the PC.
3. Open the folder in which the gigabeat room is installed. --> The folder in which the gigabeat room is installed can be opened by clicking [Start] [All Programs] [TOSHIBA gigabeat room 2.0] [gigabeat room 2.0 Program Folder]. Usually, the folder will be found in C:\Program Files\TOSHIBA\gigabeat room 2.0.
4. If you can't find the folder, please go inside the gigabeat then click on [tools], [folder option], go to [view tab] then select [show hidden files and folders].
5. Now, inside the gigabeat root, copy a folder named "GBSYSTEM" located in the folder that was opened in Step 3.
6. Use "Safely Remove Hardware" and disconnect the gigabeat.
If you forgot your password for your Toshiba laptop you can do system restore inside Safe Mode.Kindly follow the steps below to help you address the issue:
1. As soon as you turn on the computer, keep on tapping the F8 button. 2. Once you already have the boot menu, select Safe Mode or Safe mode with Networking. 3. If you're able to login inside Safe Mode. You can do System Restore. Here's how:
Go to Start then, Accessories.
You need to select the System Tools folder.
Inside the folder choose System Restore.
System Restore window will open, click on Next.
You need to check on Show more restore points, so you can have different options to choose from.
Select your desired restore point. Take note to choose one where you are able to use your computer. Then hit on next and wait until the process is done.
Yes it does matter. XP was configured for the old Toshiba and this will only work if both Toshiba laptops are exactly the same model.
To get your new Toshiba operating, put the new hard drive with the Vista operating system back in the Toshiba laptop.
To transfer your data from the old hard drive, purchase a USB adapter hard drive case and place the old hard drive inside this case. This will then be an external USB hard drive.
Plug this USB hard drive into the new Toshiba's USB port and it will detect it as an external storage/hard drive. You can then open the various folders and files and copy the data files to your new Toshiba.
To free up disk space on this USB hard drive, delete the Windows folder, Program Files folder and other folders that are no longer needed.
Use this hard drive as a backup hard drive etc.
This is happening because you just copied the folder over from the other user. The system thinks that you do not have the right to delete is cause it is registered under that user. (which is gone now). The only think I can think of is to log in as an administrator under safe mode and try deleting it that way then rebooting. Tap the F8 key on boot up to access safe mode options.