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Toshiba A-100 not starting up

I am not able to start up my computer. I dont think there could be any reason why this should be happenein when everything was just fine when i shut down the just night before. I have some important documents saved on my hard disk. I only hope nothing would happen to them. I need information, please help.

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  • nancy lrgard Aug 15, 2008

    my computer has frozen i cannot move the cursor. i unplugged it several times and i cannot bring up internet or login because it is frozen

  • ashwanitater Aug 23, 2008

    i formated my toshiba A100 having o/s vista basic with xp sp3.but the problem occured.my laptop started restarting and shows error 0xc000008 & 0x7c964edl.so what shall i do to get rid of it.

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Check you battery and power supply

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