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Your laptop should have came with a reboot disc. Look for the disc that has your operating system, whether it be Windows XP, Vista, or 7. By re-installing your operating system, it will clear out everything and you'll be back to the day you bought it...except for those coffee stains. ;-) Toshiba ...
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