Try doing a Windows repair option with a Copy of a Windows CD
Had that problem myself and other peoples. Or try tapping F8 Key and boot pc up into safe mode and remove anything that's recently been installed
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Try to access windows on safe mode by pressing F8
if unable to access windows, try to perform built in diagnostics usually located in BIOS and see if the cause of your unit looping at boot could be related to hardware malfunction
The video doesn't show what you describe. The video shows that Windows is loading. Try booting in safe mode. Here's how:
Power up the machine. When the Dell logo appears, start tapping the F8 key until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears amd choose "Windows Safe Mode." Once windows starts, backup your data just in case. Then try to determine what it was you did last that may have caused the problem. Then try to start normally.
mscam ... Microsoft Camera... Hmm make sure you have disconnected all items from your system... try to boot up in safe mode... if that doesn't work you will have to do a repair with a Windows cd... do not do a repair with the internet software... last resort reinstall windows
You'll have to check if windows is loading before it restarts. If windows starts loading before it shuts down and just loops all over again, you can easily fix this by simply re-installing your operating system. you can do this by booting from the recovery discs that came with the laptop. Now if the rebooting cycle happens before windows starts loading then this could either be a RAM or a motherboard issue and will need to be serviced.
If you don't have a copy of the recovery discs, you can always call Toshiba at 1-800-457-7777 and purchase one from them.