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Try downloading the driver from http://notebook.driversdown.com/notebook-drivers/Toshiba-TE-2100-notebook-Yamaha-AC-XG-Sound-Driver_89787.shtml It is an EXE file, so just double-click on it once downloaded an follow the on-screen prompts. Have a nice day.
McAfee should not cause the screen to flash. You can try disabling McAfee temporarily, and see if the flashing stops, but I'm betting that it will not. In the unlikely event that it does stop flashing, uninstall McAfee and purchase a new copy from a store.
If the screen is flashing every time you start the computer, there is likely something wrong with the display - either the graphics card or the screen has a problem. This could result in the screen failing completely.
If this is a new laptop or is still under warranty, by all means send it in for repairs.
It sounds like your Operating System is gone. Try to run a repair by pressing the proper key that kives you your comuter's booting options. If that doesn't work, then probably reinstalling your operating system will fix this, as it has fixed the same problem for me in the past. Thanks
Instead of looking to the laptop drivers, try looking for the monitor drivers. If there aren't any, then research the video card for the machine to see if the specs you have are wrong. If there aren't any drivers for the monitor, then the drivers at Toshiba's support site should work, since they don't, I'm going to say it's in the video card.
It could be a problem with an internal connection. A quick test and perhaps even fix would be to grasp the right and left sides of your display while it is on (displaying the offensive lines) and gently twist like you were wringing out a towel. Again, and I emphasize, gently using only a couple of ounces of force. Watch to see if the lines disappear, get worse of make the screen flash or change. If you do then its likely cause is the connector from the LCD panel to the electronics has oxidation or a loose connection. If you?re lucky the flexing might even fix your problem, if not you will have to take it apart to find out exactly what is going on.