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Like all other devices Windows 8 is the selected OS for the device. It is the software that allows you device to function.

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I have install win 7 on portege m400 , but pen not working! Please help me!


Go to the Toshiba Mobile support web site for you exact model. Select Drivers download. Select Windows 7 32bits or 64 bit and download the latest versions of all that relate to the Tablet module, and that includes the Wacom driver.

If you Windows is genuine you can uninstall all the Wacom drivers then execute the Check new hardware wizard ( of Hardware changes) or even Windows Update

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My laptop "toshiba tablet portage


If your computer is still under warranty you can contact the Toshiba support site and order recovery media. They will refer you to the company that sells them. The cost is about 45 dollars + taxes.
Even if your computer is no longer under warranty you may still be able to obtain the recovery medias.

Failing that, you may consider buying a retail version of the Windows Operating system and install it on the computer. Some custom buttons may not work, and you will have to go to the Toshiba support web site to download the drivers for your computer. Before buying a version of Windows, check the Toshiba site for your computer and your intented OS (WinXP 32/64, Vista 32/64, or Win 7 32/64) )to see if they have drivers.

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I installed windows xp on my toshiba tecra m4. How stylus pen works?


Toshiba Tecra M4-S435 is Tablet PC. Windows XP (Profession) has no option of touch screen.
In order to use the feature, you need to install Windows XP Tablet PC Edition or you may install Windows 7, which supports this feature and you would definately be able to use stylus and touch screen, as I have installed Windows 7 and its working fine with all the drivers etc.

Hope it helps! Good Luck!
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Audio driver toshiba portege 3500


Go to the Toshiba website and download the updated drivers for your system. They are free.

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Instalation of windows xp talet pc edition


put in your cd-rom ( where you put CD's to listen to them) and restart your computer and follow the onscreen instructions.

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