Then selct your model from there. Notebooks < Satellite Pro < Satellite Pro S Series < Satellite Pro S200 < All.... and then the operating system installed. There you go. Select the driver you want and click search. The search results provide the drivers and you can download them. You can even download the user manuals if you want. Hope this will be useful for you. If so, Please do leave me a rating.
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If you wish to perform a clean install, you can insert your Windows and Linux disk and change the boot order to boot to the media device holding the new operating system. In some model of computers they have recovery partitions that are used to restore laptops to factory defaults.
I would first suggest you remove the virus. It should be simple. Boot your computer into SAFE MODE. To do this, while the computer is first powering on keep pressing the F8 key until you get a menu. Choose Safe Mode. In Safe mode go to Start > All Programs or Programs > Accessories/System Tools > System Restore. Choose a restore point to when the computer was unaffected. This should help.
This model laptop does have a built-in microphone. Here are the details.
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Expansion Bays None
Expansion Slot(s) 2.0 (total) / 0.0 (free) x Memory - SO DIMM 200-pin
Interfaces 2.0 x Display / video - Input - Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm, 1.0 x Microphone - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15), 1.0 x Hi-Speed USB - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - 4 pin USB Type A, 1.0 x Network - Line-out/headphones - RJ-45, 1.0 x Audio - Mini-phone 3.5 mm
If this driver does not work on W2000 then you are out of luck.
There are no generic drivers for cameras as there is specific hardware to be supported, and certainly none for W2000.
You really need to consider upgrading to XP and installing sp2 or sp3, and all your compatibility issued will go away.
There's millions of legitimate XP install disks lying around in people's draws around the world. Ask around your area. You might consider also asking at a local university if a student licence CD might be available.
Unlike Dell and a couple of other computer company's Toshiba don't release service manuals for their computer products. Maybe the user guide will help you. Click in the link below and when the page opens on Toshiba support click on the User's Guide tab. A PDF document will load on that page. If that does not help you then maybe you will need to give Toshiba a call or take the laptop to a repair store if you cannot resolve the problem yourself. Link below>>>>
For that first uninstall driver for ethernet controoler and audio driver from add remove program. Also uninstall both from device manager. Right click on my computer then click on property then hardware ->device manager then uninstall both from that list. Then download driver from below link. Click here
Click on above link and select yourt operating system and download audio and ethernet driver then install. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks.
That one will take the IDE style, and you should be able to purchase one from Best Buy, or almost any electronic store. You should be able to put any capacity HD in, as all 2.5" hd's are the same except for capacity.