Bro Jaso Toshiba SatL645/P6000 8 GB RAM Win 7 emanating from a borrowed mobile
Got same as(prin) update my Win8 machine had acquired the day after I posted that last video. LOL! Matter fact, on 10/14/17 I woke up around 3am (ish) having successfully roto-rooting it out (of that machine) to a black screen! So bye-bye Win8 machine. Enter my workstation, (the COSCO or complete os cut operation machine, which has served 6 years running by the way).
Well, right when I decided to start rebuilding all of the internet related files, folders, drivers, sys' s, settings, features, etc. Guess who showed up halfway through the rebuild? Microsoft! Yes! It is true! It seems they access via public/private routers or cellular towers (not sure). (Even when I can't. LOL) I don't know. Did they think they were helping me out? Lol Now Win7 Won't restore prior to update, Won't access my custom system image, Won't uninstall the update (Even in safe mode), and my moving said updates (the hard way), all cause the same thing to happen, it gets hung up or freezes momentarily, then a black and blue screen with some yellow characters flashes briefly, then goes to a new strange start screen, where there are only two choices, repair or restart.
And then it goes to the most recent restore. I don't want to have to go in mom's closet for Win7 disc. I even tried doing hard reboots in the process (s) to no avail.
Is there another battery inside the laptop maybe retaining this? Any ideas how to ... disarm the Kernel-Mode Driver Framework v111 w/o disturbing the group policy or vice versa? (The main folder was right there on C:, with a bunch of little mini updates in there too)
Ok on this my buddies cellphone, it has no reply button. But quote button is available. Work around is to press quote and erase.
I purchased a Toshiba laptop at Best buy 6 years ago and set it not to update. Sunday, it updated. I deleted some group policy files, now it won't boot. My serial number is 7A037375W. My Win7 install disc, also purchased from best buy is 6000157397-WM90143-TCMX.
Now I want to wipe it clean and fresh. But as I said, it doesn't even boot to the boot order screen. (So I can tell it to boot from the Win7 install disc.)
What is the official f key to call up the boot order?
Just put a fresh copy of Win7 on my old Dell Inspiron. (32) The stock Dell , unupdated, has the same f2 and f12 splash buttons. Unfortunately, after the update, those access points have been tampered with on my Toshiba.
Is there an update blocker out there?
Found another Toshiba on e nay for $160! Buy it now, win7, no updates. I could even put my expanded RAM in it.
Saw update blocker. And other articles. I'll keep y'all abreast of the results.
Thank you very much! Brother Jaso
Why am I now seeing a 128 mb partition for msreserve space? For some reason my first restore point is missing. I may not be able to get this machine up and blocker downloaded before they update this machine.
Are they coming in by Gwen or public/private routers?
How far off coast in open ocean would you recommend? 50 miles?
Might be going back to Mac. LOL
Ixnay on the reserve space. Was that there on the first install? (Must not have noticed that time)
Post by Admin_Vistamike on Nov 3, 2017 15:25:13 GMT
Dell computers do have an odd policy of their own. Very difficult to sort out in my experience. Lighthouse has experience of Dells'. Boot order can be selected in the bios, select cd/dvd drive as 1st (if a boot disk is inserted then that will be the 1st device). If no media is in the drive then next boot will be the C drive, assuming it has a current operating system, Windows.
ALWAYS format the drive before re-installation.
Be very careful about bios updating, from an external source (USB etc). Machines can now be updated from within Windows, when running. Get the drivers specific from Dell's website for the machine.
Nearly all machines have a recovery partition for the original install, so be careful when formatting.
Factory install should work fine, if that partition exists, it will load all the drivers required, however updates will need to be applied, watching paint dry on a wet afternoon!!