Intel Pentium 4 Processor 538 supporting HT Technology (3.20 GHz) with WIN XP HOME.
I recently updated my MP3 rocket music program to the new and improved after being away from an internet connection for about a month, and also Windows automatically updated and installed, then I rebooted, And now get a Load Error! "Press a key to reboot..." but the only way to reboot is cntrl alt del.
Before I get this error I get the Toshiba title screen then I have the choice of going F2 into the Bios which is currently Version V1.50, Or F12 and selecting where I want to boot from 1. hard disk, 2. cd/dvd drive, 3. removable devices, 4. network boot. I downloaded and made a disk for the SpotMau power suite, which was supposed to be a fixall, but I am still in dialog with their techs, because I cannot access the menu for their program after it loads, and end up rebooting. Then I found my Toshiba recovery and applications/ drivers dvd, and did two fresh installs which the program slowly completes and upon reboot, still have a Load Fail. Once with the SpotMau disk, I was able to get to MsDos, but couldn't access the main drive. I thought maybe a virus was downloaded through the MP3 rocket service, and tried to burn the AVG free virus protection to cd through my desktop and load it through my CD player on the laptop to ulitmately scan my computer, but dont know how to do that. Also thought about scanning the computer by hooking it up straight up to the Desktop by ethernet, but do I have to install network software on the laptop in order to do this? Any Ideas. Thanks.
Edited by The host, 07 July 2007 - 03:59 AM.