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Satellite pro 4600 windows 98 fatal error

When ever I startup, I get fatal error, any suggestions?

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  • jdalt Nov 28, 2007

    windows 98

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What OS are you running on the system? Did you recently install any hardware? If there is a recent hardware install, remove it and try powering on the system on.

If this fails, then you'll need the restore CDs/DVDs from the manufacturer. This will bring the laptop to it's factory default installation. Before doing so, I recommend purchasing a hard-drive enclosure for a laptop hard-drive and backup all important data.


Hope this helps :)

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