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Toshiba Satellite M200 Wireless is not functioning after downgrade to XP

Hi...anyone can help me how to solve this problem. I've bought the toshiba laptop M200 with 2G RAM using Vista. I've decided not using Vista because its so slow, i downgrade it into XP and install back all the drivers. I found that the wireless not functioning maybe i'm using wrong driver or how to troubleshoot the wireless back. Thank You

Rozaimi A.W.

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  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2008

    I am not getting the drivers anywhere for the same problem.

  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2008

    My wifi went out on my toshiba m200 completely? HELP?

  • nishant_iips Oct 02, 2008

    Hi...anyone can help me how to solve this problem. I've bought the
    toshiba laptop M200 with 1G RAM using Vista. I've decided not using
    Vista because its so slow, i downgrade it into XP and install back all
    the drivers. I found that the wireless not functioning maybe i'm using
    wrong driver or how to troubleshoot the wireless back. Thank You

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Dear

I also did the same with my toshiba satellite m200 machine.

but I visited the site www.toshiba-india.com and downloaded driver (SM200_XP_Intel_WIFI_Driver_For_PSMC0_PSMC1) and installed on my machine and now my wireless connection is working very fine. I am sending you this message and sollution by connected with same wireless.

do the same.

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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Hi if u have found all the drivers please help me out too on [email protected]

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Try www.toshiba-asia.com..this is where i downloaded all the drivers. But still have a problem of installing xp on my toshiba satellite m200-psmc6l***..I tried nlite but could not read the files I downloaded..tried the bios, but no option for the sata drivers.. need help..

Posted on May 29, 2008

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Go to http://www.pc.toshiba-asia.com/support/downloads/index.jsp. Choose the model of your notebook then find the driver that you need.

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  • allan22 Jun 10, 2008

    Go to this site:http://www.pc.toshiba-asia.com/support/d... Search for the model of your notebook then download the driver packages that you need (Win XP/Vista).

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Whee did u get the drivers from i am doing the same thing but they hard to find

Posted on Dec 20, 2007

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Upgrading a Vista laptop to XP can be tricky as the manufacturers have deliberately made it difficult to find the drivers.
Download System Information for Windows at:
http://www.gtopala.com/
It will tell you the name of the wireless chipset your laptop is using which is the first step in finding the XP driver.

Posted on Nov 11, 2007

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