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Lets look for a restore point? Easiest way to do this for now if you just did it last night.
Shut down the windows 10 computer, start it.. When it gets to the windows sign in screen, dont sign in.Instead, left click the power button at the bottom right.Then, hold down the shift key on your keyboard, and then click restart.This should bring you to the blue screen menu.. Choose troubleshooting, advanced, and then choose system restore.Once system restore loads, choose a restore point that was one day before this problem started and then carry out the system restore.That should fix the issue, but if you get stuck or this doesnt work then please send a detailed reply and I will assist you further as needed.
Let me know what happens and if you can find a restore point BEFORE the day you ran the scan and AFTER you upgraded to 10 and we will go from there.
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bottom right of your screen. turn the computer off. turn it back on.
then you should see in the bottom right a power button
it isnt supposed to get to windows. this is when you FIRST turn it on
Yours is a little unique. Try this for me:
1) Hold down the power button for 10 (ten) seconds to switch off your machine.
Please note: Holding down the power button on the machine forces it to switch off. Any unsaved data will be lost.
2) Press and hold the 0 (zero) key and at the same time, tap the power button once to switch on your notebook.
3) When the machine Starts beeping; release the 0 key.
stop there. tell me what you see?
Make sure all cds/usb connections are out of the computer.
Then thry the 3 steps again. it may take a few tries. it is about 'timing'
Give me just a moment. I am going to open this up to get you another opinion (running low on time, my deepest apologies)
but while you are waiting, please look to see if you have the install discs the computer came with around the house? It may come
in handy in a bit.
I don't know if it was the norton or the win 10 or a combination of both. or just a coincidence
what you now have is a BIOS password.
that is set at a hardware level before windows or anything else starts.
Unfortunately toshiba put that option in when it was under a lot of fire for having no security that could not be easily broken. this one can not be broken
Although you can find stuff on the net about using loopback cables and pulling the battary out etc i have never seen any of them work on a recent toshiba. What you have to do is find an authorized toshiba repair place and pay them about 50 bucks to get rid of it.
You can find a service center near you on this page
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But at least you know what you have to do and won't spend hours trying to fix it yourself.
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