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Toshiba Qosmio F60 - Start up problems

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After attempting to start my computer, it gives me 2 options. Start windows normally, or, Fix windows (Or whatever it says).

If I select start windows normally, it shows the windows icon loading, 5 minutes later, a blue screen appears crashing my computer, then restarting.

If I select fix windows, it just shows the icon, goes to a blank screen where I can move the cursor, but select nothing.

If I attempt to boot from the CD drive, it says press any key, which I do, then shows loading windows files, that finishes, it goes to the windows loading icon, then to a blank screen with the cursor which I can move. Nothing seems to work for me, I'd appreciate it if someone could help sort this problem. Thanks!

Edited by xtrippyx, 02 October 2012 - 01:42 AM.

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Boot to the Advanced Boot Options menu by pressing F8 at boot time. Select Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure. When you get the BSOD, record the info and post it here please.

Next, boot to the Advanced Boot Options menu again only thins time select Last Know Good Configuration (advanced). See if that helps.
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