windows Logon failure, windows error recovery

August 26, 2014 at 07:47:20
Specs: Windows 7
I turned on my Toshiba laptop, and
1) got message window Logon initialization failure.
got same message in safe mode too. and I tried to find how to fix this problem. then got some good tips use F8 and choose Repair Your Computer in Advanced Boot Manager screen. boot manager doesn't appear, but
2) Windows Error Recovery appear with only 4 options there are Safe mode, safe mode with networking, safemode with command prompt, and start windows normally.
if I choose safe mode it will appear the problem like point 1.
if I choose windows start normally same message like point 1 will appear.

if this happen continuosly, how i fix my problem ? please help me...

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August 26, 2014 at 09:37:09

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August 27, 2014 at 00:25:51
How can I run this Hotfix if I can't access safe mode or normal windows ?

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August 27, 2014 at 06:49:49
Unfortunate situation.

Have you got data on the laptop that you need to preserve?

Have you considered restoring the laptop to factory condition? (This means losing all of your data)

If you have data you need to recover you might need to remove the hard drive and slave it to another pc, salvage your data, then replace the drive and perform a factory restore.

I hope someone else can come along with a better suggestion but it seems like you're stuck between a rock and a hard place.

Toshiba factory restore on youtube:

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August 27, 2014 at 21:01:49
no, I haven't got all data on my laptop. T,,T

Thanks for your answer :)
maybe it will be last choice to choose toshiba factory restore, if I cant find another solutions.
But, I searched how to save data in Local disk C, and I find Active Boot Disk. It can be boot from CD or USB drive to backup the local dick C. but, I haven't tried this yet. because I do not have this app. I'll download this asap.
in your opinion, Is this app will help my problem ? because with Logon Initialization Failure, like I can't access my laptop even if I use Active Boot Disk.

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August 28, 2014 at 01:37:59
Unless you have a RAM problem there should be no issue with creating a bootable disk ( or USB drive) to rescue your data. If it is straight forward enough it shouldn't be too much trouble for you. You would need to copy from your hard drive to removable media then disconnect from the PC when you do a restore.

There can however be a little know how needed when using a bootable operating system that loads to RAM. Most are Linux distros and some are easier to use than others.

There are some very knowledgable helpers here that can guide you through the process. They have extensive knowledge with "live CD's".

I have on occasion used a live CD but can't offer the guidance you would need to help you use one for data recovery.

A more adept helper should step in and help.

EDIT I just had a look at Active Boot Disk. I would use this utility with caution. Last thing you would want to do is lose your recovery partition.

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