Loop system recovery options

This morning Satellite 100 my wife running Windows Vista itself got in a loop of the system, with absolutely no discernible way out recovery. I have so for you guys to see if anyone has had the same problem.

First of all, the system stops (battery problem). It restarted, he and the Vista loading got a message box with the "System Recovery Options" section, just an OK button and the message "Cannot load this program click OK to restart" or something to that effect. Something off the machine.
I tried F8 at startup upwards and all options in the recovery (including repair system tools) menu restart Vista and get the same message.
I've searched the Toshiba support site and found nothing.

I have a disc of recovery but that would reformat the hard drive and it has a lot of things not saved.
I suspect it's to go into Recovery Mode and find a disk on the "hidden" partition error So, I just want to stop making so that I can start the machine and backup files. Any ideas?

Hey Buddy,

You can start Windows in safe mode?

I think in the worst case it s necessary to reinstall Windows if it doesn t start more. I mean there is nothing you can do

I m wondering that you didn't make a backup of the important files, you can save if you put the HARD drive into an external HARD drive enclosure. Then you can connect to another computer and make a backup before reinstalling Windows.

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