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Toshiba satellite stuck in boot loop...

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#1 Blackstar57


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Posted 02 January 2017 - 05:06 PM

Hello again. I'm still working on this Toshiba satellite L70D-a. Started out with log in problems. Wouldn't load user account. Instead loaded a temp account. Fixed that by uninstalling the user account after saving files , reinstalled user account and it logged in ok but still not right. Would get stuck at 77% in SFC/Scannow. Bot regular and safe mode. Tried a chkdsk scan and it got stuck at 10% for 2 hours. Nothing happening... no noise except cooling fan running. Hard shut down and now I'm stuck in boot loop. Tries for about 2-3 minutes then I get a quick flash of a blue screen with sad face saying Windows encountered a problem and needs to reboot .


Burned a dos boot disc from info found here Sea Tools for dos. Made the dvd player 1st boot but it still goes into loop...


I removed the HDD to save any pictures or documents. Placed it in my exte4rnal docking station. It says I need to format the disc before use...


Please help...



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Posted 03 January 2017 - 01:25 PM

Did you use the ISO image you downloaded from SeaTools to create a bootable disc?  The ISO image needs to be burned to a DVD disc.


Look in the BIOS to see if you hdd/ssd is being recognized there.

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