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Can't Get To Advanced Options

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I can not get to BIOS from Advance Options. During startup my Tecra 9100 will not go to Advance options. I press down the Delete key, the Tab key, the F keys. Please tell me how to get to Advance Options. When WINXP Pro updated to SP2 I lost all sound and under Device manager the sound card is not listed. I went to Toshiba Support and I tried to install the Yamaha Sound Driver and it goes through everything and at the end it says NOT INSTALLED. Pleae help me.

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XP updating to SP1 seems a little odd in february of 2008, why not SP2?

To get into your BIOS you need to hold down escape key as you turn your laptop on and keep it held down until it reports an error, then press F1 to check BIOS. You can actually alter BIOS from within the OS environment with Toshiba laptops through a utility called HWSetup and I suspect that's where your problem lies.

Make sure your audio device is enabled in BIOS and if you need to re-install HWSetup you can find it here:

http://askiris.toshiba.com/ToshibaSupportSite/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=442210xml&sliceId=&dialogID=30704477&stateId=1%200%2030700832

Hope this helps,

erch.

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