Anyways... here's what I had from my last post, with some edits:
It was a normal usage of my computer; I was working on Microsoft Word. It started to lag, which was normal after I used WinWord for a while, so I decided to save and restart. Everything's normal. Then, when it's loading on the Toshiba: In Touch with Tomorrow, it's supposed to show the loading bar and logo. Except, the screen goes black (as in, "power off" black, NOT the inactive but on black) and it loops back to the In Touch with Tomorrow page. Help!!!
I pressed F8 and tried to reboot. It worked, except it's still on the loop. I managed to notice something about NTDetect fa___. The rest I couldn't read but I would assume it said failed? It was on for a nanosecond, I missed it a few times because I blinked. Is that Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.? Is it killing my system?
Edit: I went on the BC database, and saw that NTDetect was not at all spyware, it was actually SP2. Thanks BC :D
I also pulled out the batteries and plug and restarting but it still doesn't work. My parents are already going blah blah blah about it, and I'm on the really slow computer, which, I might add, has malware T__T And I'm not allowed to remove it because "it doesn't interfere with my educational activities."
The computer has been like the stated above for over an hour already, with no signs of stopping. And if pulling out the battery and plug 10 times will kill it, the computer would have died 10 times over in the past hour. I really can't continue working on this laggy and Alexa and trojan infected computer, so if someone can tell me what to do to fix it, or at least get the NTDetect back on, I will not forget this great favor
And in case I don't make my symptom clear, I went about looking for a similar case. The link below is exactly what's happening to me, except I just stop at the windows logo and just restart like that. And I can't get through F8 19 cases out of 20.
Edited by skyfuser, 18 December 2007 - 11:12 PM.