I had the same problem, only my mousepad also froze as well. An external USB mouse works though. After powering down by keeping the power button in and then removing the battery completely and connecting the AC power, did it work fine. When in Windows then, disable the battery in Device Manager to have a temporary fix so that you can plug the battery back in after powering down again.
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Hi the problem sound familier, Firstly unplug all the USB devices from the notebook and remove the battery and the power cable and press and hold the power button for 10 sec and then remove the memory from the notebook one by one if there is more then one and reset it agian and try to connect the notebook on power cord and check. let me know about it.
cutemah, Is your cd/dvd internal or usb? Have you tried to login using safemode? When the first Toshiba screen appears press the F8 key. Choose safe mode.
Since you say the cd/dvd isn't being recognized that too may be the problem. Try removing the cd/dvd player and see if the machine starts.
Is the error code only 0x57 or is there more?
It is sounding more hardware related than software related. What program are you using to format the hard drive?
Send me a little more information please.
Let me know what happens.