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Tosiba laptop could not start not even with safe mode.

It prompted with the following messages:


Multi O Disk O rdisk O partition (1) Windows/System32/ntokrnl.exe
Multi O Disk O rdisk O partition (1) Windows/System32/hal.dll
Multi O Disk O rdisk O partition (1) Windows/System32/kdcom.dll
Multi O Disk O rdisk O partition (1) Windows/System32/bootvid.dll

Configuration/System
Configuration/System.log

Pls. advise,

Regards,

Lee

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The error message refer to system files it cannot load dur to either corrupted or missing files.
You can try to do a repair with your Windows CD install disk and if this does not work you will need to reinstall Windows again together with any drivers that Windows didn't install and your programs.
Note you will lose you data in this process, hoped you backed up your files.

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