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Only way is to reinstall Windows from scratch; download the required drivers from Toshiba support webpage for your laptop; burn these onto a CD and load them after Windows has completed installing. Sorry! You could try Toshiba for the recovery CD download as well...
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
yes you can use the recovery partition which should be built into the hard drive. press f2 on the bios screen and follow the on board instructions. this will return the laptop to its original factory state. Keep in mind that this is a destructive reinstall of windows and you will lose all data and programs.
make sure you do a recovery and NOT a system restore to earlier date.
hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Some computers come with a recovery partition so you can hit a function key at startup to go to system recovery.
Otherwise, you'll have to find a Windows disk and reinstall the system. The disk must be from the same O/S (like XP Home, etc) and you then use the installation code that is affixed to your computer case.
There is another way, but you have to be very comfortable using the command prompts and working in DOS mode. That's quite a process and we won't go into it here.
I'll post a "how to" on my profile later.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
SOURCE: Hoe do I reset my
Power on your computer and press F8 repeatedly. Choose Safe Mode. Use Administrator as your username with no password. Go to Start - Control Panel and User Accounts. Choose your account and reset your password.
Hope this resolves your problem.
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
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