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Hi, if the computer have the Toshiba Assist function, then you be able to configure, the (buttons). Go to "All Programs" from the Start menu, scroll to find the Toshiba ("file"), open file and select, Utilities, in the next window, click on the "Toshiba Assit" icon. Next, select the Toshiba Button... you can set-up the buttons configurations. "If the solution helped? Rating it is appreciated, thanks"
You don't say what OS, assuming XP I'd try the following: Run windows disk cleanup and defrag Run a cleanup program like ccleaner Run a registry cleaner like regcure or eusing If that doesn't help add more memory (you should have at least 1GB and preferably 2) or switch to Linux :-)
looks like toshiba is more concerned on profit than in customer assistance, onece you bought a laptop - you are on your own. in two weeks time me and my friend we didnt find working drivers for what is mentioned. all the drivers toshiba is offering is for vista based os only, and some for win xp 32bit. for users like me, they only offer to use vista, pretending it is the best OS. i was working with my laptop even without those drives and noticed it working atleast twice as fast on xp than with vista. win xp was using approximately 270 ram memory to compare with 760 vista's when doing nothing. i am really sorry i bought a toshiba laptop! and now i am over 5.000 miles away! i hope they release drivers or die with no profit. sorry folks- solution is to reinstal vista :(
I am only going to say this once........vista is the best ........ believe me alot of people are afraid of vista ... I cannot understand why may I ask you SIR why are you changing from Vista to XP when they are both the same OS .......it is senceless ........exeriment man oh man experiment you will succomb.................
Search "flash cards" on your computer. Several shortcuts will popup and you shuld see one entitled "restart flash cards". Double-click on this icon and then hold down the fn key to verify if the restart worked.