Trouble with windows vista.
Posted 16 March 2008 - 12:20 PM
Posted 16 March 2008 - 02:19 PM
As you are starting the compute press F10 repeatedly.
When the screen for the system recovery comes up select to do a full recovery. (this will cause you to lose all of your Data).
Posted 16 March 2008 - 04:09 PM
It has /noexecute=optin
It will let me backspace there or type something there. It will not let me do anything else. The only thing I can do other than that is press enter.
When it allowed me to type something I put in /noexecute=optiin=fullsystemrecovery. That did not work. So then I tried /execute=optin=fullsystemrecovery.
Nothing has worked yet. it will not let me move up the screen at all. it just allows me to make changes to that one little area and even then nothing is happening.
Posted 16 March 2008 - 05:11 PM
1- To get a list of available " Recovery Methods" hold down the <0> (zero) key while booting the notebook.
While the <0> (zero) key is being held down, press and hold the power button down for 1 second.
Do not release your finger on the <0> (zero) key until the Toshiba logo Screen appears.
Once the Toshiba logo screen appears, release the <0> (zero) key
2-From the menu shown above select the desired "Recovery Method".
Select <1> "Recovery to the purchase state" to restore the notebook to the configuration at the purchase state. This method will delete all partitions and you will lose all data in your hard drive. Select <Y> to continue or <N> to cancel.
Select <Y> to continue or <N> to cancel.
Select <2> "Recovery without changing partition size" to restore the notebook by deleting only the first partition (c:\ ). The other partitions will remain untouched. Press<Y> to continue and <N> to cancel.
Select <Y> to continue and <N> to cancel.
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