Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook
I'd like to qualify this answer as a trouleshooting attempt rather than a solution to be judged with negative feedback. Sometimes, Toshiba OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Software can interfere with normal Windows Programs. A possible way around this is to use Safe Mode.
1. With your computer completely powered off, push the power on button and hit the F8 key repeatedly until a screen appears with choices to boot Windows from Safe Mode.
2. Using the arrow keys, navigate to "Safe Mode with Networking" (this allows internet access in Safe Mode) Hit the Enter key.
3. Once arrived at the Desktop, go to Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore and try the System Restore from Safe Mode.
If this is not successful, you may have a virus (many of which often attack and disable System Restore).
4. If you have a hidden virus, you should download this program in Safe Mode to find out:
If Malwarebytes does not find a virus then your issue may be difficult to diagnose from here.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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