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To ensure the CD/DVD is clean please try booting from a known working PC, from what you are describing it may not be your CD drive
If the same thing happnes on another PC then it is the CD/DVD that is faulty, however if it works, then you can try to hook up a external drive, the laptop may defualt to it after trying all the other options i.e. CD rom drive, HDD etc
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It might be an operating system problem, something in the registry. If you use windows, update to the last service pack to fix the registry, and install the DVD driver before mounting it if you use vista try to download the driver before installing the DVD. Still many devices does not work with vista. Thanks for using fixya…good luck and don’t forget to rate this… cheers
This is what you need:- Windows XP Display Driver for Intel GMA 900 Display Adaptors. sm40vidx.exe
Try this, you,ll need winzip Or similar to unpack it.
If you have problems with this link, Go to Toshiba/Support/Downloads.
Mike @ Compurepair.