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I'm going to guess that you want the installation disks for this Toshiba. I can't help you with that as any unauthorised copies are not legal. Microsoft do not allow free copies of installation disks.
Toshiba sell the recovery disks for around about £18 UKP Call their technical support line to order them. Or you could install a vanilla copy of the operating system and download and install the drivers from
You can fix this by removing first removing all power, then remove
the plastic cover above the keyboard,
removing removing the two keyboard screws. You'll need to fold the
keyboard in such a way that you don't damage the cable. You will see the wifi
card just to the right. It's the only card there. It is held in place
by spring clips. Remove the card from the connector. There are two
solder contact points labeled "C88". Connect the power adapter to the
laptop now. Short the two contact of "C88" and press the power on
button. The unit should boot to the windows screen. Once it boots,
you'll have to update to the latest BIOS.
During the boot process tap thef8 button three times this will boot into safe mode where the only things working will be your mouse and keyboard enabling you to attempt to repair your computer or
During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS you can load failsafe defaultsor load optimized defaults ,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart hope this helps
Try to boot up in safe mode, done by pressing F8 while computer is booting up then restart and let computer boot up regular, if you installed any drivers before this happen unistall them while you are in safe mode.
I would first attempt to reinstall the software from the install cd. Your Toshiba support page is recomending a new BIOS upgrade. See below:
I think you need to do a power cycle. remove the battery and use tha AC adapter alone. If it boots, then thats good. U can try also booting on safe mode by pressing F8. Then re start the notebook in normal mode. If it wont works then i think u need to reinstall windows as a last resort. U need to use TOSHIBA RECOVERY DISK this time.