I recently recieved a Toshiba L40 laptop and i seem to have misplaced the re-boot disk .however my laptop is broken.. do you know where i could get a new re-boot disk from and for how much.it would cost me ?
I have tried lots of places but i dont know if im looking in the right place
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Re: I need a new re-boot disk!
You can buy a WindowsXP Service Pack 2 install in any authorized re-seller, then you can download all the needed drivers for your Toshiba L40 in the internet you can see the drivers here, just simply indicate what kind of driver you wan to download.
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Did you check if your computer is capable of running Windows 8 comfortably? Have you followed the upgrade procedure? 2 GB memory seems rather too little. What was the original Windows version? XP, Vista, Windows 7. Was the original OS 32 bits or 64 bits?
Check the battery, it is possible that they connection to the unit is either loose, severed or not working, Worst case scenerio the mobo is gone. Also remove the hard drive and or the memory to see if you get any graphics. either or could be stopping the boot process
There is only one battery. If you are not familiar with toshiba (or any) laptop disassembly i recommend you get a trained and/or authorized service depot to handle this. n If you would like to do it on your own (at your own risk) you should be able to find the battery below the keyboard.
go to bios setup then find the boot sequenceand set the 1st priority to dvd drive then 2nd hdd save changes then restart. If the problem still persists, the disc you're inserting might not be a bootable disk. Try to secure a bootable os disk. Thanks for the inquiry and feel free to ask if there's still any problems.
I Have satellite L40-18W-PSL4CE laptop . I installed XP . i got all drivers except sound driver. the last sound driver was running on vista is (Realtek High Definition Audio System Software Ver:R1.72) on toshiba site they said this driver soppurt vista & xp but i got nothing after installing the driver. pls help me with greatfull.