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Windows 7: Start up error

06 Jun 2012   #11

7, 32
 
 

True, when an error message appears, the likes of F3 F100-0004, a human being programmed machine to display so.
My question is, to Toshiba human being programer, now that this is an issue, and so why make the solution so obscure?
Ahem, bs. Otherwise fix the problem before machine ever need to display the error message.

There is not a user friendly nor viable solution on line at the moment, so wtw? Toshiba, MicroSoft, you killing me, us, again what the what?

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06 Jun 2012   #12

7, 32
 
 

Torrents are by nature not carriers of virus' to who ever posted that lie, ignorance is rampant.
Figure it out ... com`on!
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05 Jul 2012   #13

Windows 7 home premium 64x
 
 

I know this post is old, but in case anyone else has the same problem and comes across this: The error indicates that there is physical damage or a physical flaw in the hard drive. There is nothing you can do to fix it, you need to replace the hard drive.




Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Lancius View Post
Hi
I gave my son a new Toshiba Satellite Pro L500 for Xmas with windows 7 installed
When it is switched on windows starts to load but then an error notice appears

An error has occurred
Error:F3-F100-0005
please press OK to turn off the computer.


Does anyone have any idea yow this error can be corrected?
All of the help etc is inaccessible on the notebook
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05 Jul 2012   #14

Windows 7 home premium 64x
 
 

the message indicates physical damage on the hard drive, there is no way to fix it.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yeswecan View Post
True, when an error message appears, the likes of F3 F100-0004, a human being programmed machine to display so.
My question is, to Toshiba human being programer, now that this is an issue, and so why make the solution so obscure?
Ahem, bs. Otherwise fix the problem before machine ever need to display the error message.

There is not a user friendly nor viable solution on line at the moment, so wtw? Toshiba, MicroSoft, you killing me, us, again what the what?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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