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janex,

try to enter bios set up,then use default settings..

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This happened to me when I had to install a wireless router in my house using my laptop to initialize the network for the first time.
The start up software messed with my settings for wireless detection on my laptop. It turned off the automatic detect for wireless networks in the
"Wireless Zero Configuration"
(This has the settings for the 802.11 wireless adapters
i.e. the one that comes with the R4000 presario)

to get to this hit start>run...
and type in this:
%SystemRoot%\system32\services.msc /s

go to "Wireless Zero Configuration" and enable automatic startup
, if the service is stopped, start it.
hit the apply button to save your settings.

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SOURCE: Display Problem and Wireless problem with Windows 2000

The drivers for windows XP are available on this site : Drivers for Toshiba laptop
You can try and see if they are compatible with windows 2000, or install Windows XP which is better anyway.
Alex

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