Question about Toshiba Satellite L655-S5101 Laptop
If you click repair system itll load files the go to microsoft logo then quickly black screen, if i try to go to safe more or laod last settings option itll display the files then stop and wont go any further
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your user profile may be corrupt. after turning on your laptop press F8. choose "last known good configuration" and see if that resolves the problem. if not, next choose "safemode". from safemode click "yes" to continue and restart the computer from the start menu. if this doesn't work, go back into safemode. click "no", and restore the computer to a early date when it was working.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
The hard drive has failed, or windows has corrupted files. If you made a backup cd installation disc that would be the next step to try and load windows, if no change! the hardware needs to be tested for possible replacement.
Posted on Apr 20, 2012
The windows files have been corrupted, I was hoping you might get into safe mode to try a system restore but your system will not allow it. If you can find your recovery disc a clean install is the best way to go. Try www.toshiba.com contact customer support about a replacement recovery disc.
Posted on Jul 21, 2012
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1 Insert the Windows Install DVD into the DVD drive, and then restart your computer. When the message Press any key to boot from the CD or DVD ... appears, press a key to continue booting to the DVD.
Note: If the computer does not boot to DVD, follow these instructions. If it does boot to DVD ignore this note.
1 Power on the system and watch for the Dell logo to appear.
2 When the Dell logo appears, press the key to load the Boot Menu. If the menu does not appear, restart the system and tap several times at the Dell logo screen.
3 When the Boot Menu
appears, highlight the CD/DVD drive (listed as "CDROM", "CD/DVD" or
"CD/DVD/CD-RW") entry from the list and press .
2 After Vista Setup loads, confirm the Language, Time, Currency and Keyboard Method settings are correct then click Next.
3 On the Windows Vista Installation page, click Install Now.
4 Review the terms and click I accept the license terms to proceed.
5 On the Which type of installation do you want? window, click Custom (advanced).
6 On the Where do you want to install Windows window, make sure the largest Primary Partition is selected then click Next. If the Primary partition has 0GB free, there should be a separate line for Unallocated Space. Select this unallocated space and click Next.
Note: Your computer will restart several times during installation.
7 When the Setup window appears, select a user name, password, and picture for your user account.
8 On the next couple of screens, use the default or recommended settings prompted and click Next until you see the Time & Date screen.
9 Click to select your time zone then click Next.
10 After the Thank You message appears, click Start.
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