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Check the bios for your boot device order, make sure you have no USB devices plugged in.
Check the BIOS sees your hard drive.
When booting press F5 to get into safe mode if Windows OS.
Make a boot disc with some recovery tools on it.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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Close out any software currently running on your Toshiba Satellite L305 laptop.
Navigate to the laptop's "Start" menu and choose "Shut Down."
Hold down the laptop's "0" key and press the power button.
Keep the key held down during the boot up process until the "Toshiba Recovery Wizard" window loads on the screen.
Click the check box labeled "Recovery of Factory Default Software." Choose the "Next" option.
Choose the "Recover to out-of-box state" radio button. Select the "Next" button and click "Next" again.
Wait for the "Press any key" prompt to appear and tap a key to restart the laptop.
Use the prompts that appear on the screen to choose your region, time zone and keyboard settings.
Type your new Windows user name and password in the text boxes when prompted. Click "Finish" to load the new operating system.
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