Question about Toshiba Satellite A205-S5879 Laptop
Notebook goes into start-up repair after it fails to boot up and that fails as well. Warranty expired and no recovery discs.
Please resort to your installation discs that came originally with your computer package. Those install discs can be used as recovery discs. Try to do an OS repair install from those discs. If the problem still persists, I would suggest to wipe and format the hard disk and start a clean installation again. I understand your warranty expired but if it was only let's say three days ago, it should still be disputed. If your new installation doesn't work either, then I would suggest you contact your supplier to work out a replacement of your hard disk. Good luck.
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