Reinstallation in Toshiba® E205
Reinstallation of Windows® in Toshiba Satellite® E205
Toshiba Satellite® E205 uses wireless display technology which is also known as Wi-Di. It is the first laptop to use this technology. It has a 14-inch display which is best suited for all multimedia applications. There is no need of external wireless adapter because it has an internal one. It includes 500GB storage hard drive which provides room to store all your data into the hard drive. It comes preloaded with Intel® Core i5-430M processor with Turbo Boost technology. For greater performance the processor is over clocked. Toshiba Satellite® E205 has 4GB DDR3 RAM memory which certainly has a great feature. The notebook comes preloaded with Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium. This version is the latest version but sometimes crash might occur in the computer. During re-installation of Windows® you will need a genuine Windows® 7 CD.
The issues that can lead to re-installation and the guidelines to be followed for re-installation of Windows® are the following:
- Software/hardware errors
- Corrupted boot sector
- Virus and other malwares
Errors like the Blue Screen error are caused by a software problem or a hardware problem. In this case, the computer will display a blue screen with errors in it. If your hardware has no problem then it has to be a problem with Windows®. Windows® will reach an unrecoverable situation. In order to resolve this issue, re-installation has to be done. Insert the genuine Windows® 7 CD in to the CD drive and follow the instructions.
Corrupted boot sector
Boot sector could get corrupted. The common reason is bad sector. The boot programs of Windows® are located in the boot sector of the hard drive. The physical errors on the hard disk might result in unrecoverable errors. Due to this reason, the computer might not boot at all. In this situation a fresh or repair installation of Windows® has to be done.
Even if the computer has an antivirus software installed, it might be unable to clean the system. For example, a boot virus can deny the start up of the computer. When the computer won’t boot, the antivirus software would not be accessed. These types of malwares might even delete the data in the boot sector completely. In this case, the solution will be to perform a re-install of Windows® 7. The re-installations will render all the necessary information to the hard disk of the computer.