I've been searching everywhere and tried everything to fix this issue, but I haven't found a solution so I'm posting here.
A few days ago, my USB to DVI adapters weren't working for some reason, so because of something I read, I tried to downgrade my NVIDA graphics card driver. After I did that and rebooted my computer, I got the BSOD for a brief millisecond (too fast to read anything), then Startup Repair which fails, then can navigate to the Systems Recovery Options, none of which work. I also can't boot from a disk or drive because I do not have my original disk, and when I entered my key to download a new one, it said something about my key being specific for pre-installed software from my manufacturer (Toshiba).
I read another thread with a similar issue, so I downloaded the FRST64 tool and ran the scan, and attached is the .txt document it produced.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Edited by oblioo, 24 April 2016 - 11:16 PM.