Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
My laptop died. I took it to an authorized toshiba shop. they put in a new mother board/ NOW it runs slow,it doesn't recognize the cd rom and the dual mouse pad doesn't light up & or change. i can't find "system restore" anywhere. can you help me?
Try right clicking my computer and choosing manage. Look in device manager and list all the parts which have an X by them. You can right click them and choose update driver. You should work through the wizard and it will find them itself. when the driver is correct it will no longer have the red X by it. Do each one in turn. An alternative is to go to Toshiba Website on their support/drivers/downloads section and put in your model number. You will need to look for drivers for your particular operating system and download them. You wont be able to use drivers which are not for your system and which are not for your operating system. Toshiba very often put a folder on your C drive called something like toshiba or drivers and there are often subfolders in there with drivers in it. You should really take it back to the people who replaced your motherboard as they have not finished the job.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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