Use the Windows installation disc to reset your Toshiba laptop. Alternatively, use the built-in factory software recovery image to reset your Toshiba laptop to its original settings. More »

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Some reasons to reset a Toshiba laptop include the device refusing to boot, running slow, having a corrupted registry, being infected with viruses that corrupt the device or having malware stealing data. Another reason i... More »

To remove all data from a laptop and reinstall Windows, boot into the recovery partition on your computer, and follow the on-screen instructions to reset the device to its factory state. Windows 8 and later systems also ... More »

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Restoring factory settings on a Toshiba laptop is a process that involves turning off the laptop, removing all the peripherals, pressing the zero key while turning on the laptop, choosing the "Recovery of Factory Softwar... More »

Some reasons to reset a Toshiba laptop include the device refusing to boot, running slow, having a corrupted registry, being infected with viruses that corrupt the device or having malware stealing data. Another reason i... More »

To troubleshoot a Toshiba laptop, simply run the Windows troubleshooting wizard. To do this, press F1. This brings up the Windows Help menu, where you can fix the problem, or take it to a technician if you are unable to ... More »

To restore your Toshiba computer to its original factory settings, shut down the computer from the Windows Start menu, and disconnect all external devices such as the mouse, keyboard, and USB hubs. Connect the computer t... More »

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