I cannot get the recovery disc for my satellite a/135 to complety run. it loads files, copys files, does the now recovering but when it gets to creating crc file at 33% it gives the followin error message. error: 10-fa11-0017, and tells me to shut down... any suggestions?
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Re: recovery disc problem
Yes, you will need a fresh copy of a OS/boot your machine with cd in tray and follow instructions/then place recov cd in tray/go to my computer and right click/cd and explore/look for drivers and install alon with any onther software you need
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If you have a recovery partition, take a DVD disc make a copy of the operational system asp, so if your system crashes you can recover everything to factory setting. Run a full scan for virus's, go to www.download.com Type: ccleaner and run program to clean out junk files, next download smart defrag and run the program to organize hard drive files. Now if you are still having trouble run a full recovery of your operational system to factory setting.
I've had to use it many times in the past but in this case you need to plug that drive into another system as an external drive or slave drive and run the software from there. It will rebuild the drive and hopefully recover the files.
After you get back your files, you can then format the drive and reinstall your system.
Error 10-FC12-0570 on Toshiba satellite
This error message means that the recovery utility was not able to read
the data from the disc correctly, or wasn't able to write it to the hard
drive. The problem could be with the disc, the CD/DVD drive or the hard drive.
copying the second disc using another system. If it's impossible:
order for a new disc. If you can copy it, try using the copy to do the
Try using a third party disk checker to verify the problem, is or is not, with the hard drive.
The best way would be to load the Windonws Vista discs, format the pc and reinstall. (Vista
Recovery Boot Cd is available free by Microsoft). Download it burn the
Image .iso and run that disc. That disc will not restore the OS: run
diagnostics on the HDD; once disk check is completed and repaired,
proceed with the Recovery disks that you have.
The below fix may or may not work but needs to be followed closely.
1. Boot the Recovery disc or HDD image and select System Recovery Options. 2. Follow the prompts until you get to the menu and then select a command prompt. 3. Copy the \zzimages\zzimages directory for all recovery discs to a temp directory on the hard drive (c:\temp). 4. Change to the Bin directory on the first recovery disc and run "tosimagex /apply c:\temp\preinst.swm 1 c:\ /ref c:\temp\preinst*.swm" without the quotes.
That is it. It will take a long time to copy the files since they are large and a long time to run the image program, half an hour on my computer. Also, based on Imagex syntax, it looks like the "1" in the command above might be replaced with another number for models that come with more then one Windows version on the same recovery media.
Toshiba usually ships laptops with recovery cd/dvd sets.
If you have captioned recovery set, make sure to make a backup copy.
If this series no has recovery cd/dvd, must be a hidden partition for recovery in the hard drive. For make a recovery disc find the sotware loaded in the laptop (must be there) and make a recovery disc set. Be aware that some manufacturers limit the use of this particular software (you only can make one cd/dvd recovery set).
In the worst scenario that the recovery partition is no present you must load Norton Ghost v14.0 and make a full backup to one external hard drive (USB) in order to recover te operative system, drivers and software in case of disaster.
Run the program, it will explain how to make a boot CD which you will use to start your computer and fix the problem that makes it say Wrong Machine.
Once this is done you can use the recovery cd's again.