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alexjames

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I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite M50/M55 series. The problem is that a fews days ago i turned off my computer and when i went to turn it on again it always appears the message that the computer find some errors and it couldn't start normally. I've already tried the System restore and i got back like almost two months ago, but the pc still doesn start. So i was thinking that the best way is to reset my whole computer like a brain new one, but i have no clue how to do it, if somebody could help me. i have a back up of my whole computer in an external hard drive. Can somebody tells me the steps to reset and back up my computer again????
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Edited by alexjames, 23 May 2007 - 09:12 PM.

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As far as your Backup what method are you using like a External HDD just copied files over?

What are the error messages that you are getting maybe we can help you with those.
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The mesage of error it says that some of the programs didn't get to start , for cause of something i've modified recently. About the external drive i have a backup of all the things in the computer like programs and files. It's a external drive from Seagate.
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What Backup Utility did you use to put all your files on the external Hard Drive.

What is the exact error message or messages?
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