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Boot Toshiba disk to your CD ram. If you are using Toshiba Satellite 2410 it will only work with CD marked with its own model or any model of it. Open CD drive and look for Toshiba touchpad driver and install this to your PC notebook.
hi,most laptop hardrives are the same type
(IDE,SATA are your two main type)
yours is a IDE HDD just have a look online for one or go into a computer shop
(P.S if you upgrade you will have to coppy all your files from your old HDD to the new one)
hope this helps
I used a small screwdriver tool set from Radio Shack (about $15) and then I used http://www.irisvista.com/ guides (free) to get into the guts of the laptop. These guides are step by step and easy to follow. They didn't have my model, but they have a similare on and the info helped me get mine changed. Mine had gotten rock hard. Read the front page of the site for cautionary information in toshiba laptops as there are small parts in there. You want a working laptop when it's finished.