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You dont have to worry. You could buy a retail copy of Windows XP from a computer store.
Then, if its with the drivers for your computer that you are worrying about, you could refer to the link below so that you could download the appropriate drivers for it:
http://tinyurl.com/L15-S104 Hope this would be a big help!
The cd-rom drive on most toshiba laptops has one screw on the bottom or on the top under the keyboard that you simply remove and you can just pull the cd-rom drive out and put another one in. Below is a website that has dismantling instructions.
Most notebook optical drives are not too bad, usually only 1 or 2 screws hold the optical drive in from the bottom. Remove the screws, pop out the drive and pop in the new one. For the drive, try here: