Question about Toshiba TECRA M9 Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look on the back edge of your old HDD where all the gold pins are and on one side there is a group of 4 pins in two rows of two... and see if there is a tiny jumper installed across two of them (white or black about 1/8" tall and 1/16th wide).
Now look on the new HDD and see if there is one there. The NEW HDD must be set up exactly like the OLD one or it won't be detected by BIOS or Windows.
I am beginning to think your LT has the CD as MASTER and the HDD as SLAVE, which may require adding or removing a jumper. Some new ones come with, some without ;-) I didn't think of this earlier
Check that. Email me the result
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
It is a set of additional drivers needed for some main drivers/programs for Toshiba laptops. I believe the one you need is this one:
If it's not the one (if it fails for some reason) simply go to Toshiba web site and type the "tecra m2v common modules" in the search string. You get plenty of links. Here is the link to search at technical support:
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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