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Can I downgrade fromWM2003 SE to old WM2003 Operatings System ?

I have upgrade my e800 to the new OS WM2003 SE. But some program are not working now, so I want go back to the old WM2003 (with SE Version). Is this possible and how can this be done ?

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Yes it´s possible to downgrade your "Operating System". You just have to download your old WM2003 Version from the Toshiba Homepage ( http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com). Then look on "Support & Downloads" there you find the Category "Download driver".

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