Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
Have you tried pressing <FN><F9>
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you need to press f8 on boot when it is loading, to enter safe mode (before the Windows flash screen)
then when in "Safe mode" you can should be able to gain access,
reboot from this mode and see if it loads normally, if not then you have a configuration issue.
go back into safe mode, (login) and go to start>Run, run a program called MSconfig, this will allow you to look at your startup items, and allow you to disable/enable them individually,
from this point you can diagnose which programs are causing your issues.
I hope this helps
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