Question about Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook
Lets try to back the system up a couple of days to before youhad the problem just in case a setting or file has been corrupted. Go to the start button and click it, go up to programs > accessories > system tools > system restore. When the system restore comes up, choose "restore my computer to an earlier time". When the window comes up, look at the restore points that are listed. You want a restore point that goes back at least two days. If one is not listed. click the button that says "additional restore points". Choose a rstore point that says "system check point" or something similar. Click ok and the computer will reboot on its own, during this time it will restore the computer to the date you chose, when the system comes up it will tell you whether the restoration was successful. Be patient and let the system run. When it is finished it will pop up a window stating the restore was successful and you should be good. Try your hardware again.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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