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I formatted the laptop but it will not start to boot.. it always say '' sorry for the inconvenience''. and if i selected start widows normally it will hang....

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In this case the hard drive is still affected. you need to format the entire drive if possible remove it and connect as slave on another machine and format before you reinstall. its hectic but please do it wit a lot if care.

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If you formatted the laptop then you shouldn't even get a screen asking to start up windows normally. Do you still have the recovery partition? You can test by shutting off the laptop, press and hold the '0' key, turn on the laptop, one you see the startup screen release the key. You should then get a white bar load across the screen with the words "Loading Windows Files" above it. That will start the re-installation of windows to factory defaults.

If you don't have a recovery partition, or it was formatted then hopefully you have the set of recovery discs that the computer would have asked you to create. With those you can boot from the discs and re-install windows from there. (I can't remember which key starts the boot manager for toshiba, I think it was 'Esc')

Hope that helps :)

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Sounds like you may need to re/install or update some drivers.

Attempt to boot the machine into Safe-Mode.

Continuously hitting F8 while booting will get you to the Boot Option Menu.

If you can successfully boot into Safe mode, this may be enough to put things back together.

Attempt Safe-Mode and if successful try a normal boot.

Start from there and let us know the results.

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