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The system crashed from a HD problem. Ran Toshiba system restore s/w. System now running but does not see intwrnal wireless network adapter or the wireless keyboard,

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You'll probably have to download/reinstall the drivers for these two devices. I doubt they were included on the system restore pack. This is the link for Toshiba's notebook support page. Choose your machine and navigate to the driver download selections to see if you can get the wireless adapter driver. You'll probably have to download the driver for the keyboard from that manufacturer's site.

Hope that's helpful.

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