This is not good for you as your Windows 8 is broken. I am not sure if your BIOS set Fastboot as default or not.If you need the data on the computer, you could attach the drive to another computer and retrieve the data.Sophos is remarkably adept at locating root kits, especially for a portable app.
We’ve covered loads of different anti-virus, Linux, and other boot disks that help you repair or recover your system, but why limit yourself to just one?Here’s how to combine your favorite repair disks together to create the ultimate repair toolkit for broken Windows systems—all on a single flash drive. Here’s a quick list of all the ways you can recover your system with a rescue disk: If you need to clean up an infected system, we’d absolutely recommend the Bit Defender CD, since it’s auto-updating. Create your ultimate boot disk with as many of the different utilities as your flash drive can hold.To create the rescue disk, you’re going to want a USB flash drive with a decent amount of space—for our purposes, 2 GB is the minimum size, but you’d be better off with something a little bigger if you want to put a lot of repair disks on it, especially the larger ones.Once you’ve picked out your drive, the first thing you’ll need to do? That’s right, the software we’re going to use requires the FAT32 file system, so right-click on the drive and select Format from the menu.Also I tried to enter the dvd of the Laptop Recovery or the dvd of windows 8 but the they spins for little seconds and nothing happens although I am sure the dvd rom is the first in booting sequence, (but the dvd rom sometimes fails to read some disks) I tried to disconnect the power supply and remove the battery then press the power button for 2 minutes but no benefit.
I tried to press 0 (zero) with the power button on starting up and keep pressing zero to go to factory settings but no benefit. The computer is completely useless and I can’t get into any options at all. Hello, the problem you have is that Toshiba has a UEFI BIOS that can only be accessed from Windows. In order to boot from CD or USB, Fastboot and Secureboot should be disabled.
Choose FAT32 from the drop-down menu under File system, and then click Format.
To create the custom drive, we’ll use a small piece of software called SARDU, which combines a bunch of functionality into a single package—you can use it to download the ISO images, write everything to the USB drive, or create an ISO image that you could burn to an optical disc—though obviously you’re space-limited in that case.
When their machines get infected, you could wind up fighting a losing battle—unless you have the right tools.
But sometimes the antivirus tools installed on the machine just aren't enough.
And you can use it to directly download Ubuntu as well.