Hi Jeff, welcome to the Computer Forum.
Jeff please be advised that this is a very old thread first started in 2009.
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I have signed back on just to apologize to you
Basically I was (well, am) leaving computerforum, and I answered you too quickly (I replied to...
Uninstall horrible AVG free with its corrupt under infection issue (just like Norton)
Then run the remover tool:...
Unless the Recovery partition is also corrupted
The problem with Recovery Partitions is when the drive fails or becomes fully corrupted
Norton Ghost (I use this one)
Acronis True Image (most users like this one, images and backup incrementally)
Acronis Migrate Easy (Just disk...
Thanks for the update :)
Also here's a free Antivirus (that I use) http://www.free-av.com/
You must have missed post#2 reply
Thanks for the update though
By the way I wouldn't be paying for any program
Yes try a hard wired keyboard
Also change the Bios setup to allow USB Keyboard support (or use a PS2 keyboard)
The message "press any key to...
When "re-installing Windows" you should remove the Partition first
If this is what you have done, then it must be hardware related (of which I doubt)
Thanks for the update :)
Gparted Live BootCd: http://gparted.sourceforge.net/
I would say no
Drivers are free, and they come from the manufacturer
If the manufacturer gets it wrong, then they update them
You may need to try...
As it is a discontinued item, info HERE
You may want to try THIS site
Or contact Toshiba directly HERE, and ask if they still sell Recovery...
Are you in an Administrator privileged account?
To check: Start > Run > control nusrmgr.cpl
Open Task Manager
Click on View > CPU History > One graph per CPU
If that is already enabled you may have a conflict with CPU driver...
Reminds me of stupid HP boot menu > F8
Why on earth they chose that key is beyond me, I've been stuck a few times trying to get Safe Mode, and...
"C" states 2gigabyte FAT
It looks a bit strange to me, even if the drive letter assigning fixes the issue
I'd still do clean install with only...
He said it does, but he cannot change it
Likely cause: Password protected
He may need to reset the Bios manually on the Motherboard
Remove the 160gig Hard Drive (ie unplug it)
Put your 40Gig Hard Drive into IDE0 (where the 160Gig just came out of)
Put your Windows CD back...
That can still be Malware related (but you won't know until 10,000 other users have the same issue
I cannot contact your ISP:...
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