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Toshiba laptop stuck

I have a toshiba laptop. I'm not sure of the model number.I usually just close my laptop instead of shutting it down or putting it into hibernate. It has worked fine up until two days ago. I opened my laptop, and it froze on the system resume. Now whenever I start up it says 'resume system resume'' or ''delete restoration'' I can't select anything. It's like it's completely frozen. I've tried pulling out the battery, and shutting and restarting multiple times. Any ideas on what to do?

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Try to use the restore cd.. .. select boot from the cd/dvd and boot the repair features with the OS

look at the boot screen that initially shows up and get in the setup.... switch the cd/dvd to be the boot device that starts first...

run the cd/dvd installation normally until you find a repair feature.....

then follow the standard repair method

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