Question about Computers & Internet
You should have created an "Applications and Drivers" disk along with with recovery disks. After your computer is started and you are at your desktop, put that disk in your CD or DVD drive and allow it to come up. Then browse to the webcam driver and double click on it and follow the prompts.
If the DVD drive doesn't automatically show the disk go into "my Computer" or "Computer", right click on the DVD drive and select "open" or "explore".
If you didn't make an "Applications and Drivers" disk, from start go into "All Programs" and look under "Toshiba" or "Toshiba Utilities" until you find the "Create Recovery Disk" wizard, then click on that and look for "Applications and Drivers", then follow it out.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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