Question about Toshiba Satellite L455DS5976 Notebook
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If the system will not boot into safe mode, you will most likely have to reinstall Windows. You can also try the "Last known good configuration" boot option from the F8 boot menu, I find this doesn't work most of the time, but worth a shot. Be sure to back up your data before you reinstall your operating system.
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Take the phone back to the retailer you bought it from and demand a replacement or that they fix it VERY quickly. The phone is obviously defective from start.
My best guess is that they will fix it for free, at least thats what they are supposed to do.
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