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Et1161-05 trying to burn recovery disc. 2nd burn failed. error 431.

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I have the same problem the toshiba recovery disk i get error message 10f8060017.its a toshiba A105-2194 win xp media edition. i have tried everything wiped the disk to all 0's. Used a win xp original disc...


You have tried all possible solutions and troubleshooting.

My Suggestion is to check the Warranty of the Hard Disk and get it replaced. this possible shows a mismatch between the Laptop and hard drive.

Feb 15, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook

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Tried to burn recovery discs and I get error codes


If the computer is still under warranty, get the faulty CD/DVD-writer replaced, so that you can "burn" disks.

However, you seem to have "other" hardware problems. Hire a qualified computer-geek (Geek Squad or Dial A Geek) to trouble-shoot, if your computer is out-of-warranty.

May 31, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I tried to reboot the computer with the reboot disks and i keep getting error code 0xd0000009


This is an error that shows that the recovery failed..
try with another recovery disc or try with another recovery disc

May 11, 2010 | Acer Extensa 5620-4020 Notebook

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Hi laptop error 203 when making recovery disc 2 using packard bell recovery management. the disc is OK & tried restart and doing it all again disc 1 burns ok. what's the answer please


Try another new dvd and it should be a dvd -r. havn't had good luck with dvd + r or dvd r/w when making recover disks.

never try to reuse a dvd or cd that has given you an error. toss it.

Apr 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Error 0XC000000C and 0XD000001E and 0XA0000001 how would I fix these errors its on a Aspire 5315-2153 Notebook did have Window Vista as OS I tryed the backup disc I made 1-9 error OXC000000C on disc 7 I...


My 0xc000000c "Restore Failed" prompt seemed to be the result of disk surface damage on the restore disk. After burning the restore disk to a new disk, the restore proceeded normally. Try making a copy of the original restore disk to a known good blank disk.

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Recovery error 320 on sony vaio laptop


Ketanvasu your an idiot....If he's trying to recover the laptop obviously the thing isn't working...so how the hell is he supposed to burn cd's genius?

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My fan went out and laptop went down


Check/clean the 2nd disc if any finger print on it. or clean the laser unit for CD drive if you can and have correct clean liquid in your hand.

Or do Low-Level format your HDD before doing recovery.

If you still can't keep doing recovery after you have done all three steps above, there are some thing else wrong with your motherboard.

Nov 17, 2008 | HP Computers & Internet

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Recovery Error


Do recovery again, when it asks you to insert disc 2, take out disc one and close the tray. Do not put the disc 2 yet. If you can see the error message again, then it is a RAM issue. You need to reseat the Memory module and try to do the recovery again.

If you closed the tray then no error message came up, it would be an issue with your recovery disc and order for a new one. You can contact Toshiba to have the recovery replaced due to corrupt media.

Hope this helps.

Sep 12, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook

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