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You should of made a restore disk when you first got it.
It may have a restore partition hidden on the hard drive.
Power it up and keep pressing F11 key. If this does not start the restore process please check you user manual.
If you want restore CD/DVD's you can buy them from Toshiba
Or go here
and ask on the forum if anyone has some you can have
We cannot give out numbers or support you outside of the FixYa site, apologies.
Uusally, now a days you do not get a disk with a new computer. Instead, if you go into the toshiba folder under programs on the start menu they will have a utility to make recovery disks. These disks can then be used to completely redo your computer should you need to.
I would say that you put the first on in the drive and boot the computer from the CD. Then follow the directions. That is how it usually works. On some computers, there is a utility in the start menu that is for that computer--recovery utilities that you start up and follow the directions, but I'd go with the former option if I were you.
thanks for your smile recovery disc is used for recovering your operating system when your pc is having problem. restoring back to factory default means the settings of the computer when you received the computer from the shop. in other words default settings. pda files are personal data assistance files. pcmcia card is same as lan card( also known as nic card, ethernet card) of your pc. pcmcia card is used in lap tops.
your best bet would either be the manufacturer, or E BAY, you might have a third option by contacting the software company and down loading it into another computer then burn you a disk of the program.