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I have a fat 32 problem but dont ahave a boot disc

I have a toshiba sattelite A100 that has a fat 32 problem and i have no boot disc can anyone help please dave

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    Do you have a Windows XP or Windows Vista disk? Either one of these will start your computer if you hold the F12 key and select DVD

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SOURCE: i have a toshiba a100 notebook with a fat 32 error

Dave, do you have a copy of ANY operating system on DVD? If so, Place the OS disk in the drive, power up and hold the F12 key down; when the Boot screen comes up, choose the DVD as boot device. Continue with OS installation and your problem(s) should be solved.

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I wanto to reformt my sattelite a100 - 700 without cd drivers


Hi icsisayanir,

Follow the instruction below to help you restore your laptop to the factory settings.

1) Turn on the computer.

2) As the computer starts, press 'F8' on the keyboard until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears on the screen.

NOTE: You must press 'F8' before the Windows logo appears on the screen. If you press 'F8' after the Windows logo appears on the screen, the Advanced Boot Options menu will not appear on the screen.

3) Press the 'Down Arrow' on the keyboard to select Repair Your Computer on the Advanced Boot Options menu, and then press 'Enter'.

4) Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the factory restore.

5) When the restore operation is completed, click Finish to restart the computer. Now your computer is restored to the default factory configuration.

NOTE: You can restore the laptop only if there is a Recovery Partition and/or if you haven't deleted it.

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Nov 27, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook

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I have a toshiba laptop equium a100 laptop want to restore back to factory settings how do i do this


The best option is get a restore disc from Toshiba, I've done this a few times and it is a very easy process. Once you have the disc just boot the laptop with disc inserted and away you go!!.
Look here :-
https://backupmedia.toshiba.eu/

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Hi there i want to use the original cd to reinstall the programs to see if my lap start running good again but i put in and i dont know how to proceed.can you help me? thanks


you need to boot from the disc,while the disc is inside the drive,turn it off then turn it back on then keep on tapping F12,then choose boot from ODD or cd/dvd then follow the instruction

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I have a toshiba a100 notebook with a fat 32 error but have no boot disc can anyone help please dave


Dave, do you have a copy of ANY operating system on DVD? If so, Place the OS disk in the drive, power up and hold the F12 key down; when the Boot screen comes up, choose the DVD as boot device. Continue with OS installation and your problem(s) should be solved.

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U have not mentioned actually what the problem is? If u want to boot FAT 32, use bootable Win XP CD/DVD, after booting from WIN XP, u will get options to convert ur FAT 32 into NTFS, hope this will solve the problem

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The GPU onboard on that sattelite is an ATI Mobility Randon 9000 IGP, you can download and install from ATI:
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I searched it there and i found it, so will you.

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