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Last attempt to restart the syst from its previous location failed??????????

Not sure which Toshiba satellite laptop Tablet I own. Screen says "Delete restoration data and proceeed to system boot menu" or option 2 "Continue with system restart" which should I do????

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  • wrc344 Dec 27, 2007

    With a Toshiba 9100 surfing on AOL when screen went dark with error message The last attempt to restart the system from its previous location failed.



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