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Unexpected I/O error occur using Toshiba satellite on Vista 64-bit

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Old 25-03-2011
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Unexpected I/O error occur using Toshiba satellite on Vista 64-bit
  

I have a Toshiba Satellite with Vista Premium 64 Operating System installed on it. I have got a black screen on my display screen. Even I tried using F8 but it was not working. Also I have tried recovering my system by using recovery disc but to no avail. It gives the error as ?File:\Boot\Bcd 0xc00000e9? I was not even able to go to safe mode as I tried using F8. I there any way out where I can restore my factory settings. I am trying it for hours now. Even I had not connected any peripherals on this system. Kindly help!!

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Re: Unexpected I/O error occur using Toshiba satellite on Vista 64-bit

I also had gone through this problem for this I had resolved my issues by prioritizing boot sequence. Assigned your first priority to optical drive connected to your system such a CD/DVD drive. Assign your second priority to your secondary storage such as your main HDD. For further assistance you can use bootrec.exe tool which can be used to troubleshoot and repair your start-up issues using Windows Operating system easily done in Windows Recovery Environment.
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Re: Unexpected I/O error occur using Toshiba satellite on Vista 64-bit

If you are not able to go into your safe mode then change your boot sequence. Use CD drive to start booting your system. Insert bootable CD into your drive then run your program from it. Once you get into safe mode you can easily access your system. But first you need to try startup repair option given into the system recovery options. If that does not resolve your issues then try using Bootrec.exe tool.
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Re: Unexpected I/O error occur using Toshiba satellite on Vista 64-bit

Steps that are needed to follow to run Bootrec.exe tool follow the following instructions:
1. Insert Windows Vista CD into your drive
2. Press any key if you are asked to
3. Select the language
4. Select time
5. Select keyboard or any input peripherals
6. Click on next
7. Select Repair your computer
8. Now select the operating that you were using or want to repair
9. Click on Next
10. Now a dialog box would be open and options will be given to you
11. Select command prompt from there
12. Now, type Bootrec.exe
13. Now press enter
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Re: Unexpected I/O error occur using Toshiba satellite on Vista 64-bit

If you are not able to get the system recovery option menu then your vendor might have given you others option. So it is viable to contact them and resolve the issues with them. If your system is corrupted then there might be your system is not running. So you need to repair it and then it will scan your entire system to resolves the issues related to it. Or else try system restore given provided through the manufacturer. This will basically undo your system to the previous stage of your system.
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