Question about Toshiba Tecra M2-S630 Notebook
You want to disable "Automatic Reboot" on system failure. This option can be found in "Control Panel"-->"System"-->"Advanced System Settings"-->"Startup & Recovery" "Settings" button.
This will let you see the Blue Screen error and find the file that is causing you problems. When you find the file, Google it and read up. You should be able to find easy fixes to it.
But to get into Windows you will need to boot into "Safe Mode". You do this by pressing F8 repetitively after the BIOS screens...when Windows is loading. If you hit F8 at the correct time, you will be greeted with a black screen with white lettering and a few options.
While you are at it, do a virus/malware scan using the free program at http://www.malwarebytes.org
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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