Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
First, backup all your data & music & E-mail & contacts to an external device (disk-drive or USB memory-stick or blank CD/DVD writable disk(s)).
Did you get a set of "System Recovery" CD/DVD disks when you purchased the computer? If you did, use those disks to reinstall Windows.
If not, is there an installed program that lets you "burn" a few CD/DVD disks, to create such a set of disks? If so, run the program, and then use those disks.
Or, telephone Toshiba, and see if you can order a set of "System Recovery" disks. Probably about $20 for the disks, and $20 for overnight-courier delivery.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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