I was on the my laptop a while ago (it is a Toshiba Satelite M45-S351) and it shut off and restarted in the "Wndows did not start properly, you can choose to go to safe mode..." When I tried safe mode I came to a blue screen that said I had an Unmountable Boot Volume error. This happened about 2 months ago, now it doesn't do anything, just keeps looping back into the "windows didn't start properly" screen. If I try to boot in 'last known good conficuration' or 'safe mode,' I will get a BSOD screen, at least I think it is because it just flashes on for a quick second then returns to the "windows did not start properly" screen
My system came w/ only 2 cds, Express Media Player Recovery CD and a Toshiba Drivers/Applications Restore CD.
On the Toshiba cd it says to hold the 'c' key while the system starts up and depress when "Toshiba" screen appears. Only the screen never does, it stays black. I have checked my BIOS setting to make sure it is booting from the CD-ROM and it is.
Any help or advice anyone could offer would be very much appreciated!