Recovery disks does not not for the Satellite L350
I have a Toshiba Satellite L350, I bought a few years ago
Originally it was a laptop Vista Home premium and I opted for the Toshiba windows 7 upgrade and its been pretty much without problem.
But recently something went a bit weird and things were not only works well (he would not always disconnect you and never seemed to stop correctly) and various other applications does not work properly.
After a few uninstalls, reinstall, scans and patches from Microsoft has done nothing that I decided to take the plunge and use the recovery disc.
I bought a Toshiba when I am the machine initially and had made one myself, before you upgrade windows 7 and a new after.
I still have the windows 7 upgrade DVD so I can apply after if I had to start back on vista.
The only other big change has had an upgrade of RAM 4 GB - I still the original of the RAM, if I need it, but before that there is no hardware problem not reported and chkdsk was also very good.
So for me it was the o/s that was the problem.
I tried now all recovery discs and they all have the same problem of reports that imagex cannot decompress the second frame of the file because it is corrupted to block 90 I n t have this real message at your fingertips
but can be updated later.
I can t see that I m something wrong, like everything I do is to put the dvd in the drive and reboot the laptop with the F12 key to boot from the recovery DVD and follow the screen controls on.
You use reports from such that previously or I am doing something stupid?
It's very strange that al recovery discs show the same error message. As far as I know when you start recovery image installation that the HARD drive will be formatted, new partitions created, recovery image copied to the second partition of HARD drive and as the last step is the installation of recovery image.
> I bought a Toshiba when I am the machine initially and had made one myself before the upgrade to windows 7...
Have you tested the two of them in the past?
In General, all you do is right. In my opinion, the problem may be recovery image itself or perhaps HDD has some defect in certain areas.
If you can get the second HARD drive somewhere Exchange it, value default BIOS settings and test the installation of recovery again.
A few days ago my Satellite P10-304 is not start, so I used recovery CD and got the machine works like new.
Yesterday it wouldn't boot.
Some thing on an ethernet cable unplugged error message, so I tried recovery CD because there is no data to lose.
It won't work, to come up with an error message "GDISK (E) no such fixed disk - 1" then "error number 11030, invalid destination drive.
Can anyone help me to get it booted/recovered please?
I'm not fussed on something special for this old laptop, just a second computer for the kids to do their homework on.
Hmm. sounds like a HARD drive failure
Have you checked if the HARD drive has been recognized in the BIOS?
> Something on an Ethernet cable unplugged error message.
I guess you get an error PXE - E61 starting at startup.
This message appears if the laptop tries to boot from LAN.
This could happen if there are no other sources of boot as HARD drive, etc.
XP Recovery disk does not work. The 3 options are unresponsive. Is there an easy solution. All other functions of cell phones seem ok. It is a reliable machine for more than 3 years, but now must use the recovery disc. Brilliant ideas greatly appreciated.
Well, I put t know why you recovery CD doesn t work. Have you checked the CD some scratches? Have you tried to clean this CD?
However if it of impossible to use the recovery CD, you can contact the ASP and buy a new one. It doesn t expensive.
In addition, you can install an original Windows operating system and then all the Toshiba necessary drivers on the Toshiba site.
As my topic asks,
Y at - it a recovery disk, we can purchase for the X220T for UEFI mode?
Given that normal disks only works for legacy mode (btw, he correctly aligns the recovery with the SSD partition?).
Your comments are very much appreciated!
There is no recovery for X 220 UEFI disk (or any system of Lenovo currently-shipping).
I'm working on an A100-197, which would not boot into normal Windows, but was able to start in safe mode.
I used MSConfig to disable all startup and other services. Not good.
I used the system restore. Not good.
I have scanned for viruses, rootkits, etc. None found. Not good.
I copied data to another hard drive in SafeMode with network and inserted the recovery DVDs.
Through unpacking and got message saying to remove DVD - did this and system seems to freeze.
Click the exit button and it restarts, but Windows froze (the movement stopped moving blobs). Tried safe mode
but got a message saying that the installation of the system has not finished.
Tried the recovery again, but this time I left the unpacking screen 100% of the overnight to see if
He has nothing. There can be no. Click on exit and got the same as above.
HDD formatted in partition magic and I tried again. Not good.
Created 5 GB FAT32 partition and DVD files copied to the FAT32 partition. Tried to run the decompression program
back. He refused to run in DOS mode.
I think that connects the hard drive on another machine and RecoUnpack.exe a work PC running to
unzip the files on the laptop HARD drive image, but this is crazy - the recovery disk is supposed to retrieve the
System. What else can I try?
I would say that you have some serious hardware malfunction. Have you ever tried to check the RAM and the processor?
In your case, I would try to run the UBCD4Win (www.ubcd4win.com) and superPI allows to see if the RAM is faulty.
It could also be another component such as the motherboard or something on the motherboard (graphics, sound, some capacitors)
It s just a suggestion, but you could really give my hint a chance. ;)
I would also try another HARD drive in this machine, maybe the controller from your old HARD drive disappeared...
Welcome and appreciate all comments
I have an old Satellite A30-203 and have a problem. I tried to format my laptop but the product recovery cd does not seem to work in deletion the data on my disk, its becomes blocked during loading files of ntfs? Now I am not able to retrieve a windows session would I need a new product recovery cd and would be able to get it?
It is difficult to say what is the reason of this but made is either it s a laptop problem itself or the recovery disc (e.g. scratches) causes this problem.
In my opinion the best way to check this using a Microsoft Windows disk. If the installation completed successfully, you need a new recovery disk. As a result, you can ask a service provider authorized in your country! :)
My main HARD drive died. Toshiba 500 GB MK5056GSY was the 'C' drive factory installed. The laptop also has a "D" drive, which was the same exact brand, model and size. (secondary HARD disk does not work at all. Long story, but I think it is a driver or a hardware problem with the motherboard)
I overwhelmed the secondary HDD at the location main, reformatted and reinstalled the operating system with the set of recovery DVD 7, SUCCUSSFULLY disks. But, since I can't have a second HD to wor, I decided to spend the primary HARD disk capacity, so I installed a Seagate 1 TB HARD drive. Now, I have reinstalled the operating system using the recovery discs 7 DVD and when the 7th finished disc, a window open warning that says "Recovery manager cannot restore your computer using the original image. "Please contact the HP support (Yes right, it's a joke) error code: 0xe0ef000e.
I also tried to install the operating system with the recovery of a 240 GB SSD disks. Same question.
BUT, the original secondary drive allows the operating system recovery 7 DVD image reset goes to work.
Finally, if I install a stand alone Windows 7 OS for the new Seagate 1 TB drive, it works fine. The problem is that all additional drivers, programs etc. provided with the laptop originally are net, just a light version of Windows 7. The works of the OS, but the wireless, the blueetooth, readers of cards, etc. do not work. And missing a few programs that comes with the original image (some are too expensive to buy when I wouldn't need it again).
Thanks for any idea on this issue.
HP makes me very angry today.
Hi there [email protected],
Thank you for joining the Forums HP's Support and welcome! It is a great place to ask questions, find solutions and get help from others in the community! I read your post on the Forums of HP Support. I wanted to join you and help! I understand that your recovery discs do not work on your HP ENVY 17 - 1190nr 3D Edition Notebook PC.
- What is the model/product of the Seagate 1 TB HARD drive?
- You can enter the BIOS?
- Can you see the HARD drive in the BIOS?
If you can, please:
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My problem is that when I used the restore disk provided with the laptop it froze the computer when he was to "expand our files (0%). »
I thought that drive was defective, so bought a new drive of Toshiba (£30) but get the same error.
Machine is now starts rained because the recovery disks erased the hard drive before freezing.
To be honest, this is the first time I see this error
I doubt that the recovery disk is defective or the drive HARD because as you say it was possible to install Win XP on this laptop
I would recommend formatting the HARD drive again to erase all partitions and format the HARD drive using the Win XP disc. Then take the recovery disk and try to reinstall the new Vista operating system
as my PC still locked after 10 minutes (surfing on the net, use of Ms office,...) Finally, I decided to reinstall Windows and made a record of recovery facility. Indeed, remove all software (office, Chrome,...) and reinstall it did not solve anything
I reinstalled and noted installation was indeed very slow (hours) until he stopped at stage 47 of 47. Wait again for if long step 47 in the end, he didn't move at all.
I rebooted, and then asked for an administrator password to WIndows7. How can I know, I didn't create any user.
Then I restarted in safe mode, where I could create a user with administrator rights (if did not create a password for it)
Then I could log on, but he again immediately on screen Toshiba Leading Innovation above windows again stuck again at stage 47/47. No movement at all new.
So I decided to lower-level security the lowest level regarding ' when the software is installed you are not asked to leave.
Indeed, the stage 47, then ends.
But then, I get another step of the installation with the comment "of worden systeemprestaties nu geclassificeerd. It's the Dutch version, which means "Systemprestations are now classified."
I am progressing a little, but after about 10 seconds, it stops and the progress bar does not continue. Automatically restarts windows and sometimes not help waiting hours. He leaves with execution step 47 of 47, going back to "Systemprestations are now classified", but always stucks there yet.
I don't really see a solution, please help me.
As Windows 7 is pre-installed, I have no CD/DVD official WIndows7 and cannot rely on the Toshiba recovery tools.
I would expect Toshiba Recovery does all the work...
Even if you are not a professional IT guy, the recovery process is not really complicated...
Usually, you must boot from the recovery disk and have to follow the instructions on the screen... that's all...
I also got my two laptops Toshiba repeatedly and never questions had mentioned in your message... in similar cases, I recommend always repeat the recovery procedure or check the hardware parts; for example the HARD drive...
I'm having some problems with my Toshiba Satellite M40, and I decided to reinstall the OS with the recovery of the dvd disk, but the disk does not start.
When I'm on windows, the cd/dvd driver works perfectly, and I don't think that the recovery of the dvd disk are damaged.
I have already tried:
1. by pressing the "C" key to start the computer
2 - press "F12".
3 - Enter the BIOS Setup and select cd-rom to start first
But the computer starts up normally and no error message appears
Can someone help me? I don't know what to do
Can you please test it with some other bootable CD or DVD? It will be interesting to know if this happens with the recovery media only or even with other bootable media.
I replaced my hard drive on my laptop HP - computer pavilion dv7 notebook. My recovery disks do not seem to work now, I get to 62% completion and then the error message "Recovery Manager is unable to restore your computer by using the original image. Please contact HP support. "Error code: 0xe0ef000e" do I need to buy a new HP recovery discs? Thanks, Nick
Unfortunately, I don't have any experience in troubleshooting these special software installations.
We should expect to download and install.
If they are not, I have no tricks up my sleeve for you to try.
I recommend starting a new thread describing your questions with this software and hope that someone else in the support forum can help you with these items.
See you soon,.
I have a laptop VAIO, VGN-Z590 model computer. The hard drive died so I decided to replace the hard drive with an SSD. I created the Sony recovery disks, on two DVDs, when the computer was new.
When I try to get again, SSD with VAIO recovery option, it crashes with a message window saying cannot copy files.
Any help would be appreciated.
Has been created recovery disks successfully?
Make sure that the disks are not scratched or damaged.
The SSD is compatible with the computer?
For the upgrade of the disk hard contact team Sony behind the scenes:
To start the service, contact here:
If my post answered your question, please mark it as an "accepted Solution".
I have a toshiba Satellite C650, who has recently developed with a disc read error. I want to access the command prompt to try some possible solutions I've read on the internet.
I made a Windows 7 recovery disk using my other acer laptop which has also installed Windows 7 64-bit. When I use the recovery disk and it loaded the files etc it evokes just a black screen and the cursor.
Does anyone have any ideas as to why this is happening?
I tried to start my computer acer laptop from the recovery disk and it worked fine.
As is - this does anyone have suggestions as to why I get the message "disk read error - press ctrl, alt and delete to restart?
Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
On this virtual path, it is not easy to offer the exact diagnosis, but of course, there must be a problem with the HARD drive. Can you get a second one for test purposes and exchange it. Just to be sure if the HDD is troublemaker.
But there is something else:
> I made a Windows 7 recovery disk using my other computer acer laptop...
Sorry, but I don t understand this. Can you please explain what you did exactly?
I try to use the recovery for Satellite 5200 disk but it won't work. I have the recovery disk in the DVD player and I tried holding C and also tried to change the boot sequence by pressing F12 at startup to the top but he's not in it.
Someone at - it ideas?
Is there a problem with the drive while the OS is running? Try to use different bootable CD and see exactly what is happening.
My laptop's daughter was so slow, that we decided to take it back to factory settings. There is no disk recovery with the laptop because it has the repair work however when we did the computer is no longer started upward and when we started it in safe mode, the repair option was gone!
I've then went to Toshiba.eu and bought the recovery disc, seem to work, load files etc and then says loading windows, but the screen just goes black.
I can't find a phone number or contact point on the invoice and if I will have to consider in a shop to repair I don t want to have paid for both disks that do not work!
I do something wrong or can any one help?
New laptops are available with preinstalled operating system and without recovery disk but in user s manual is clearly described that you can create this preinstalled software recovery disk Toshiba Recovery Disk Creator.
I m wondering really you didn't mark this option.
In any case, try to reuse this disc to see if the problem occurs again and again. If you will not be able to install the original recovery image I recommend you contact the nearest Toshiba service provider and ask for help.
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