I am looking for video controller driver for this notebook, i searched and searched the toshiba webpage and other sites with no success..i also downgraded from vista to xp.. any help would be appreciated.. i found the rest of the drivers just need this one to complete the swap.
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Connect your laptop to the internet. Go to device manager, and click the plus (+ ) sign beside "sound video and game controller", look for the audio that is not working, right click and hit "update driver". Click "install software automatically" and click next. The computer will find the driver in the internet.
If you don't know how to get to device manager, for XP, right click my computer and hit properties, hardware, device manager. For Vista /7: Type the words device manager in the search box (located above the start button) and hit enter.
You can find the drivers from Toshiba's Support site. Just select the model of the laptop that you have and you'll be given a list of downloads for the specific drivers and softwares that is included on your model of laptop.
If the system powers on and runs normally on AC, and only the battery fails to charge, the 1st thing I would look at is the battery itself.
Batteries in portable systems have a lifespan of 300 to 500 recharge/discharge cycles before they normally fail. This is why portable batteries have a 1 year warranty regardless of the system warranty.
If replacing the battery does not resolve, then you most likely need a motherboard replacement.