My Satellite was giving me all kinds of problems so I decided to reformat, although I quite certain I did something wrong. I pulled the hard drive form the pc and connected it to my desktop pc to reformat the drive. Upon reinstallation of Satellite harddrive I have had no success getting even into the bios menu. At first I was gettng this error mssg: NTDLR missing ,my search instructed me to add certain files via usb or cd-rom boot. This also with no success. I then tried to paste those files to drive via connection to my desktop. I now get ...missing or corrupt: \system32\hal.dll. Please help!
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When dealing with this error (10-FC06-000D) message in Toshiba
unit is very comment in the L300 series, I don't know if Toshiba is
using cheaper hard drives or what but I see a lot of them with the same
problem. If you have a Toshiba unit got to their website to check if
your unit is still under manufacture warranty if it is you have some
options send it to Toshiba direct they should cover the shipping but I'm
not to sure, or take it in to any Best Buy or Future shop stores with
your proof of purchase and they will send it out for you. This is a
hardware problem that is related to the hard drive, I wiped the hard
drive and all it's boot records still unable to reinstall the OS OK, I
finally decided to use a test hard drive to reinstall the OS worked fine
so there is something wrong with the hard drive that most likely would
need to be replaced
Only if you want to lose all your data, if you just bought this earlier return it exchange for another one, this is kind of a bad sign of hard drive health. Did you bump it or drop it? if you cant or dont want to swap it out i'd suggest shutting down your computer and powering down the drive, then plugging it all back in and starting it up, you'd be amazed how often that fixes issues with new products. If you're ok with starting from scratch you can certainly reformat to attempt to fix a formatting issue but it will erase all data on the drive.