Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
It means Operating System was not installed completely. Do the followings:
1. Insert the CD or DVD of Operating System and then boot your machine.
2. Simply follow instructions to screen to complete the installation.
3. Note that an Operating System have TWO steps to complete before we decleare that OS is installed. In first step it format the hard drive, copy setup files from CD/DVD to formated hard drive in a temp directory. This step is called "SETUP". Your computer reboot itself after this step. It does not mean operating system is installed.
4. In 2nd step, make sure CD/DVD is still in your machine, just watch while OS starts 'INSTALLATION" . You will be able to view the progress.
OS might ask you input OS product key, computer name and some basic network information which you should have handy.
Once Installation is complete, your PC will reboot and NOW you have a full fledge OS on your PC.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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