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Toshiba Satellite A70 need recovery disk

Have had nothing but trouble with my A70 laptop and now it has completely shut down - but I am not able to locate my recovery disk.
Where can I get one (at cheapest rate) or get free download?

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Well this is one of the few that I know of. Scroll to almost the end of the page where is says Toshiba. Good luck!

http://www.gennersales.co.uk/

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