Where can i buy toshiba recovery discs?
You can try looking on the Toshiba website. You can also try asking a member of staff in a computer store.
Because you didn't provide the exact model of Toshiba laptop nor the operating system, we cannot accurately recommend a product.
However, see the related link for a list of some Toshiba recovery disks. be sure to purchase the right one! If unsure, visit a computer store for help.
Most Toshiba Satallite the days come with a buildt in software to burn your own and a shortcut to access the recovery from boot (F8 etc.) If not, i would advice you to buy a cheap one from Toshiba by providing them with your PC serial number and W7 Key(located under your machine or battery) or contact a store/PC garage. Most recovery websites are full of comersial, false and bad files.
Your toshiba satellite a200 laptop will not go to the recovery screen when you press 0 while turning on as advised by various websites you do not have recovery dics as you didnt get any with your lapt?
well it should be the F10 or F12 button. There should be a hidden partition on the laptop that has the recovery CD on it. it will just load it from there. If you try both of those then most likely the recover partition is not there. Another thing you can do is either go to toshiba and order a recovery CD. Now keep in mind that some Toshiba don't have recovery partitions and you…
You can make one backup, to either DVD Discs or a USB flash drive If your computer offers both options, use the option that is most convenient. Click Start > All Programs > Recovery Manager . If Recovery Disc Creation displays in the list, you can use discs only. If Recovery Media Creation displays in the list, you can use either discs or a USB flash drive.
You'll have to use original recovery discs. 1. Insert the disc into the drive. 2. Restart the laptop and press F12 key when you see the Toshiba logo on the screen. 3. Select CD/DVD drive from the boot menu. 4. Press OK and wait until the laptop boot from the CD. 5. Select "Recovery to factory defaults" and press OK. It will take some time to reimage the hard dive. Warning! This process will erase…