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How to restore windows xp for toshiba laptop nb205-n210

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Use your restore disks!!!!!!! If you do not have, purchase from Toshiba. OR just do a clean , new install of XP and other programs.

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try booting to safe mode.
go to Start, my computer, and right click, select properties and then under tools, check disk for errors. Select automatically fix errors and it ask you if you want to schedule a scan when the computer restarts, say yes.

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I personally have not but if you are concerned how it will run, you should be fine, windows 7 is very efficent on resources.
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