I own a Toshiba Satellite laptop (A135-S4427) running Windows Vista. The laptop worked well for over one year. Currently, it shuts off and will only allow me to operate on Safe Mode. I get this blue screen that reads, "A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer... I'm not able to read the rest because it shuts down and prompts me to start again (Windows Error Recovery)." I'm thinking of using the Recovery and Applications/Drivers (Windows Vista) but the laptop doesn't seem to be picking it up for some reason. Help!
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Re: Shut down of laptop after blue screen appears
When you hit F12 or whatever F key to go to the boot drive menu, make sure the cd is in and that you select CD/DVD Drive and the dvd should prompt you to hit any key or will automatically start loading for the recovery. Just tell me if you need further assistance.
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Try disconnecting power adapter and removing battery for two minutes. If the laptop still does not boot then there is an hardware problem. You can try taking out and putting back ram modules, but my suggestion is to take the laptop at a repair shop, if you cannot fix it by removing battery.
Hi, by pressing the power button in, the computer has gone into standby or hibernate mode.
Heres what you Do:- press and hold the power button for between 10 to 20 seconds.
that should bring it out of hibernation.
if that does,nt work. remove the main battery.
when you,ve resolved the problem, run a disk-scan via your windows operating system.
thats why !! vista is still too buggy you shoulda stuck with xp for another year i dont have any other soulution since ive never gone in depth with vista so try re-formatting the hdd to 98se but prefferably XP it might work then