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Try booting it up to safe mode. Just keep tapping F8 to go to the options where you can select safe mode. After that, use your keyboard to select safe mode. If it goes to safe mode, restore it to a date when your computer was still working fine.
To do the system restore, do the following:
Start or pearl button (click) > Accessories > system tools > system restore .
If you can't boot via F8, then use the Operating System's Disc that came with your computer when you bought it. Turn on your computer with the disc inside it. Follow the onscreen instructions and do a repair in the operating system.
There might be errors in the Windows Opeating System. This might have been caused by the recent hardware and software changes done to the PC. Try booting the computer into "Safe Mode", to do this, turn the pc on and while the computer starts up or right after you press the on button start tapping the "F8" key on your keyboard repeatedly until you see the "Windows Advanced Boot Options". From there select "Safe Mode" then press enter. If the computer boots into Safe Mode, you can try running a "System Restore" to restore the computer back to a date when it was working fine. Safe Mode can be accessed from Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore. Follow the on screen instructions.
Try to boot it in safe mode and do a system restore. To get to safe mode, press F8 after you turn it on. Keep tapping on the F8 key until you see the white menu on the black screen. Choose safe mode and then do a system restore. If this doesn't work, here are a couple of tips to try: http://www.fixya.com/support/r4501608-when_windows_xp_start_primary_fix http://www.fixya.com/support/r4501848-when_windows_xp_start_secondary_fix and finally http://www.fixya.com/support/r5438565-when_windows_xp_start_final_fix
Click On Start---> Run---> MSCONFIG---> click on BOOT.INI --> Then Click On Safe Boot --> Click Apply And Click Ok---> Restart Your system u'll get what u want.......... Temme If u need any help in virus removal...
Keep the battery unplugged but make sure you have the power cord still plugged in, and when you see the toshiba screen press F8 i believe or F1. In there you need to change to the boot order so that the CDrom boots first if you want to try and restore from CD
If the system cannot start on safe mode probably your operating system has gone bad, to check your hard disk you can go use your windows xp disk, to boot from it press f12 choose cd rom keep on tapping enter and dont mind the message that you need to press any key to boot from cd, and then when you are on the welcome to setup page press r for recovery console, once you are there try to type in chkdsk /p and after type in fixboot and press y, and restart your system, if that wont work then your hard drive is bad.
Could be this is a driver error on boot up, when it starts to boot up keep pressing F8, this will bring up the safe mode menu, look for the line and highlight 'Last Known Good Configuration' and press Enter.
If this works all is well, but if not press F8 again o boot up but this time highlight the line 'Start Windows in Safe Mode'.
If the laptop then boots up in safe mode without shutting down, run your anti virus and spyware programmes.
If non found and the laptop still has'nt crashed, then it's a driver problem (as not all the drivers load up in safe mode) and you will need to try a system restore to before the problem started.