Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
There is a possible corrupted files on the system that is why your laptop won't boot up. You may try this first; Turn OFF the laptop, remove the power sources (ac adapter and battery). Without power sources, hold power button 10 secs. Put back the power sources, and power ON the laptop. If the laptop will still not boot, turn if OFF again and keep tapping F8 upon turning ON to enter safemode. In safemode do the system restore. You will find the system restore in start/all programs/accessories/system tools/system restore. Select the previous date that the laptop was working fine. If will not work, the last option is the recovery. You may access the recovery partition by hitting 0 upon turning ON. But this procedure will reinstall the factory settings, meaning, it's like starting from scratch again.
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If you wait too long and the operating system logo appears, continue to wait until you see the Microsoft Windows desktop. Then shut down your computer and try again.
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Toshiba laptops are very good normally but don't boot up if there is a
device in the USB slot or a CD/DVD in the drive.
If it still refuses to POST, remove the AC Adapter, remove the battery and remove the hard drive.
Power the unit up without the hard drive and it should complete POST and complain that there is no hard drive. If that doesn't work remove AC adapter, ensure battery is disconnected and remove hard drive and RAM. Try again. If it still doesn't work, you have a mother board fault and it needs a service centre. www.Toshiba.com will help you out.
If it does work at one of the options, when you have closed the laptop down, replace the RAM first and test, then the Hard Drive.
Hope this fixes your problem.
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