I have a Toshiba A65. When I start it, the Toshiba screen appears as normal. Then a blue screen for 10 to 15 min before Windows boots. I have been told that it may be the c moss battery. I can't identify what battery to buy.
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1. Copy all your files and documents to an external storage device.
2. Shut down the computer.
3. Turn the PC back on and hit the F8 key repeatedly until the Advanced Boot Option Screen appears.
4. Click "Repair Your Computer" if you are not already on it and then press ENTER
5. choose your country and click OK
6. On the "System Recovery Options Screen" click "Restore Application" which is the last option.
7. Follow the on-screen instructions
8. When prompted, click on "Full Factory Recovery"
10. Click "Yes"
11. you will notice for a while it seems like nothing is happening, give it some time.
12. After some minutes, recovery will complete and you click "Finish"
Hope this resolution fix the problem on your computer.
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I checked your system specification and your system should boot fast. And 10-15 mins boot time? That's not normal. Here's what I would like you to try.
1. Restart the pc. Press F8 immediately and keep tapping it while starting up. (you should get advanced option screen).
2. select safe mode.
NOTE: if the system start up fine in safe mode. it means your having issues with your normal windows environment. If it's still doing the same thing. The hard drive is about give up. (try running hard drive diagnostic).
Hi, Operating System does not respond is the major problem. This is a very commonly faced error by the users of the Windows 7 which leads to the Blue Screen of death to the system. The error message appears on the computer screen in the following form: "Windows Operating System is not responding" along with two options one "Close the Program" and other "Wait for the program to respond". But whenever the user attempts to close the program he comes up with a serious data loss. To solve this problem apply different troubling shooting methods or take help of the technical experts.
When you boot up start pressing F8 and you should get a Windows startup page with more options. If you do select Safe Mode
When windows has loaded, goto MSConfig and select Diagnostic Startup. Ok and reboot
See if windows boots normally.
This happens sometimes due to faulty memory or faulty software that causes errors in filesystem. You need to obtain a Windows XP with the correct edition that is installed and boot into it. Then go into Recovery Console and wait for the c: prompt asking which windows you want to log into. Select 1 for C: windows. Then it will ask you for the administrator password. Enter it or press enter if there is no password. Type chkdsk c: /r at the c:\windows prompt and leave to run. It will take about 15 -30 mins. When finished, type exit and press enter. Press ctrl+alt+del to restart computer.
If problem is fixed, computer should start up fine now.
If you still have the problem, let me know so we can try something else.