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When you install new windows on existing harddrive it is better to repartitioned the harddrive so all old messup will be fixed. So now again boot computer with windows disk then delete all partitioned and reformat the harddrive then install windows. then it will work long time. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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To format the hard disk and re-install Windows use the Windows installation CD, and the Windows Product Code on the label at the bottom of
Boot up using the Windows installation CD and follow the
One of the installation early steps, the option to delete the existing partition, then create a new partition and then a full format on this partition (don't do a quick format) and complete the Windows installation.
Next install all of the Toshiba's computer/laptop device
Next install the Windows service packs (SP2 & SP3 for
XP, SP1 & SP2 for Vista)
Next Activate Windows via the Internet or by phone.
Next install your programs - Microsoft Office etc.
Next click on Start - Programs - Windows Update (for the latest updates).
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