Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S2276 Notebook
You might be able to boot the computer up in safe mode by pressing the F8 key repeatedly as soon as you power the machine on until you see a screen that will give you that option. Once the logon screen appears try typing Administrator for the login name and leave the password field blank. There is a "hidden" admin account by default just in case you "forget" your password. This feature can be disabled, however, so it may not work. If that's the case, my suggestion would be to contact Toshiba's customer support dept., explain your situation, and ask them to send you a new Windows OS disk. There are other ways to gwt around the password, but you really asked how to restore your laptop to factory default settings, so I'll leave it at that.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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