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Your card has the correct drivers installed, but that's not enough Windows XP has native support for WiFi. Just visit
www.toshiba.com and go to Products & Services, select Portables and then on
the left hand side click Support, then choose Tech Support Center, choose
your model of laptop in the list boxes and voila, a list of all Toshiba
drivers, choose the WiFi software and install.
the problem is not a driver. if windows xp doesn't recognize your dvd drive, is because is dead.... or disable on the bios.... check the bios and see if in the page where shows all the drives, appears your dvd drive. if not, the drive past away..... :-) . maybe if you disconnected the drive, try to reconnect it. plz excuse my bad english, i'll wait your comments bye!
On the top right, change to toshiba worldwide and select the country you bought it in. Not all US laptops are sold worldwide and there are often different models in europe, etc. So change the country and should be able to find the drivers in the support section
You may find that the WiFi card needs new drivers. Some particular wifi adapters don't have XP drivers. Compaq are now owned by hewlett packard so go to www.hp.com and search for XP drivers for your wifi card there - luckily HP are very good for providing drivers for XP even on Vista-supplied systems.