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It sounds like the hard drive is dying. I had a computer do the same thing and it turned out to be the hard drive. You should still be able to access the bios though. Try hittind either delete or F1 as soon as your toshiba screen appears.
You can download any/all the Windows XP or Vista device drivers for your model laptop from the Toshiba WEB site from their download page.
Make sure you enter the model of your laptop so you can get the correct drivers.
Use this link :-.
First if it have a restore disk or it is design to restore to factory setting this is the most desirable method.
Second is installing the software from a scratch. But copy all drivers of it. Or do you have in hand the full driver cd of your unit. Your operating system and other installed software that are important to you. Backup files that is important to you.
Hi there Take a close look inside the card slot (you may need a torch/flashlight) look to see if any of the brass pins are bent or out of position, if they are use a very small flat head screwdriver to gently push them back into place. If all looks fine with the slot and there are no foreign objects inside your card maybe faulty. Also i suggest the you check the drivers are installed, check this in device manager.