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You probably need to get the right drivers for XP.Even though XP may seem to have installed all or most of your devices you still should get the correct drivers starting with the chipset driver.Make sure you install the chipset driver first,then all the other drivers put out by the manufacturer.Go to their website and in support and drivers get ALL of the avaliable drivers for XP and update your drivers,especially the chipset.
did you have the laptop/notebook from new if so then you should have had a set-up disc containing all of the drivers needed to activate items such as modems,sound card,graffics card etc.
this is just a simple problem and can be rectified instantly by inserting set-up disc and loading all avaliable drivers!
if no disc avaliable then log onto the toshiba website and download the up to date drivers needed for your laptop/notebook