Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
I have a Toshiba A135-S4656 laptop and about 3 days ago a message came up saying that my Symantic had detected some viruses. I ran a full virus seach and it came up with a few, but my system was working perfectly fine. I restarted it and it booted up (running xp) and came to the login screen and when I clicked on my profile (or any profile), it logged in for 2 seconds, then automatically logged out to the same screen. I brought it to someone who took the hardrive out, but they then said that the hard drive was unrecognizable and they could not read it, that it wouldn't spin and may be physically damaged. I brought it to another person, they said the same. How can this happen? and why all of a sudden? Is the virus found on Symantic related to this? I''m desperate for help as I've read all these things about how the hardrive sometimes doesn't work/recongise without pin adapters, etc. Thanks, Mark
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