Question about Toshiba Satellite L355D-S7813 Notebook
Well, my toshiba satellite laptop has been stuck on the " Attempting Repairs" Screen for a bit over 24 hours. I've tried restarting it and tried all of the F8, F12 and 0 button combinations to try and manually reset the laptop. I've tried to allow the laptop to sit overnight and it wouldn't do anything after that. This problem has ocurred over a few days after I tried to refresh my laptop about 5 days ago and hasn't been doing anything other than taking me to the " Toshiba Leading Innovations >>> " Screen and that's all that shows up. After a few tries-- 10-15 sometimes more it'll go on to search for the problem and then it'll get stuck on the " Attempting Recovery " Screen and not doing anything other than continuously loading in that horrid loop. Please help me. Thank you.
This sounds like you have corrupt files in storage.
If you have made a boot disk or flashed a usb flash drive with the operating system, you may be able to recover your disk integrity.
If not and you cannot complete the steps below, contact TOSHIBA
Hope this helps
1. Type in the words "recovery media creator" anywhere on this screen. As you start typing the Windows 8 Search box will open.
2. As you type the name of the app you will see an app list show up onthe left
3. Click on the "recovery media creator" app
. Select [Yes] to allow the Toshiba App to make changes to this computer
5. Insert a DVD in your disc drive and select [Create]
6. You will prompted to insert a disc after each one is filled until the completion message below appears
7. Select [OK]
This completes you backup media recovery set!
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
here it is.
It is made for Vista and compatible for your model.
lemme know if it works
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
It could be a corrupt bios, which can be deleted with the removal of the bios battery or by the 'JBAT1' terminal to pins 2-3 then back to 1-2. The bios is probably set to halt on all errors and thats why it only goes so far. If there is no action at all; then there is a power failure to the motherboard or the processor has failed. Depending on your notebook age is whether it's economical to repair.
Posted on Jan 04, 2007
It sounds like two possible things. One thing may be that your screen is not working anymore. Can you get a monitor and plug it into your port located on the side of your laptop? If your screen pops up on the monitor this tells us your screen is either in need of replacement or a connection may be loose.
If that is not the case......
Another thing is your hard drive may not be initiating. If you feel confident enough I would open the back where the hard drive is located and make sure the hard drive is not loose. Does it give you any beeping sounds when you turn it on? Can you count the number of beeps? This will tell you what the problem is on boot up. Also, is it a black screen with a cursor blinking?
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
See let me talk with you from experience...
The only thing that can be done is system restore to factory default and remember to backup your documents.
This is the only way to resolve the problem you are going through.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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