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1) if you are installing from CD, test the o.system from the disk is NOT scrachted, or dust . Clean it. 2)if you are using the USB, see if the o.system is ok too, and you must formatted your hard drive very well, can be contained VIRUS or Old information, and the system ask that you must erase. 3) Try to install from your supplier TOSHIBA go to the web, and get the support and download the o.system free from them.or get some help from friend that know better your system. Otherwise you must go to the repair shop computer for fix it. God bless you
Was unsure about the model number of your laptop; is it the Toshiba Tecra S3. Information on how to find drivers and software is here. Unfortunately I do not believe support for Windows 7 is provided for this model.
Please see this bulletin for information on how to use the Toshiba Upgrade Assistant when upgrading to Windows 7. This program may help provide a definitive answer as to whether it would be possible to upgrade.
Hi, there are two areas to view; the first, go to and Type in the SearchwindowBluetooth, next if you have the "Toshiba Application and Installer software?" Type: toshiba, if the (TAI) software appear in the search, open and "Install" Bluetooth device. If the solution helped, "rating it is appreciated, thanks"
Assuming you are in XP: Start in safe mode and either try to fix your Configuration (did you installed anything conflicting with you WLAN card?) or simply disable the card from your configuration in Control panel, system, Hardware tab, Device manager Check if an updated driver exists for your card: latest SP3 is sometime conflicting with older device drive. Let me know if working and do not forget to rate the solution
No sound? The only solution I've found is to get a USB headset like the Logitech USB Headset 20. I have had this same problem with my Tecra 9100 for almost 6 months. I tried on a pair of USB Headset and it works! because it bypasses your internal soundcard. The downside is that if you have a great pair of speakers on your laptop, then it's kind of a waste that you can never use it. But at least, with this, you can now listen to CDs and chat on the internet