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Upon startup my toshiba laptop displays status Oxc00000e9 what can i do

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  • LiLome Oct 11, 2010

    Please tell us the model of the Toshiba laptop & the operating system your using. My search has lead to to a of places with all 3 operating systems XP VISTA & 7.
    Is it a Qosmio / Satellite / Satellite Pro / a mini / Portege / Libretto or Tecra?
    The correct information should be on a sticker or plate on the bottom of the unit.

  • Tony Yates Oct 11, 2010

    its os is vista and its a satellite L300D model PSL C8E

  • Tony Yates Nov 05, 2010

    I found the status to be a problem with the harddrive. I replaced the hard drive and now no prob at all.

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Buy a mac. vista and microsoft ****!!! YOU ARE WASTING HOURS OF YOUR LIFE DEALING WITH THIS BS. I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM. status Oxc00000e9

I HATE MICROSOFT

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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