Question about Toshiba Satellite A45-S151 Notebook
That disc should be able to boot up off of the cd once you turn on your laptop. ON your toshiba press F2 to go into the BIOS and change the boot options, make sure it boots up off of the cd-rom first. Put the os cd in then go ahead and save the changes and exit. The F10 key should allow you to save the changes and exit the BIOS. Once it reboots then if its booting properly, it should tell you to "Press any key to continue". Then it will go into cd and boot up and load a fresh copy of the OS.
Also make sure before putting your cd into the drive that there is no dirt or fingerprints on the cd or else the laser won't read the cd.
If you need any other help, let me know.
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