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Toshiba satellite Pro 440 CDX

I was gifted this laptop and it had a lot of rubbish on the C drive so decided it would be best to clean it and start again. In doing so I seem to have reformatted the C drive and lost all the drivers. I have a disc for Windows 98 which is what I want it to run but I believe I need Toshiba drivers first. These I do not have. It is an old machine and I only want it as a hobby/ exercise. I have not done much with basic since i did a course at the local polytech 20 years ago. but do understand some of the priciples. At present when I start up I get the message:-

Invalid system disk.

Replace the disk, and then press any key 

then of course when I press a key it repeats the message. How do I break this loop?

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  • Anonymous Aug 01, 2008

    Checking my Daughters old 440cdt found usb socket connecten memory stick and failed to install it as windows plug and play did'nt recognise it as thetr were no drivers in their list. Can you help me please?

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You can download the drivers from Toshiba web site here

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