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The Satellite M70 is running very slowly. I am planning on reinstalling windows. All files have been backed up. I understand I need to install Express Media Player prior to using the Product Recovery disk. (The CD says, "For Full Recovery, insert this CD first." When I insert the EMP CD, I see the files, but nothing starts. There are 2 setup files with an extension of .conf and .tgz however, they won't start.
Any ideas? (I also have the Toshiba Recovery CD.)
Toshiba has a wacky express media partition which you must delete before you can use your recovery disks. You should remove your drive if you can and using another computer, reformat BOTH using the manage function in my computer.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
You don't have to reinstall windows to speed up your pc but if that's what you choose to do I will help. Turn off your pc. When you restart it, look near the top and it will say something like press F1 or press F2 for recovery and after you press the key it will ask for your recovery cd. If this solves your problem please rate as fixed. If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks.
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Reboot system in safe mode. It will ask to restore to previous restore point. Try to select restore point before you have installed windows media player 10. Reboot the pc and then try to install media player 10. It will be better if you run scandisk to fix file system errors. Or you can use any tools for fixing file system & windows system registery error like System Mechanic, Symantec Windoctor.
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