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Topic # 56806 24-Jan-2010 18:20
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Hi there I need to find the xp drivers for a toshiba satellite 2400 as am doing a reinstall of the xp operating system and the woman of the house threw out the drivers disk because she thought it was not needed. the toshiba website no longer has the drivers on it any more

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  Reply # 292722 24-Jan-2010 18:50
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tried here

http://notebook.driversdown.com/notebook-drivers/s_256_1.shtml

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  Reply # 293538 27-Jan-2010 17:22
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try toshibas webpage under the downloads section?




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  Reply # 293558 27-Jan-2010 17:55
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First place i tried but no longer on there site due to its age

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  Reply # 293584 27-Jan-2010 18:37
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id just find out what drivers u need.
go into device manager and see what ur graphics card model and motherboard model and webcam model ect ect.....
then google the drivers.
my NEC pc had no drivers due to being 1 year old!!!!
nec removed them from their site, so to get it working i had to google each driver separately and half my pc runs on compaq drivers.




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  Reply # 294410 29-Jan-2010 17:14
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Try here: http://uk.computers.toshiba-eu...

Have a look under Notebooks > Satellite > Satellite_Others

Or

Archived Files > Satellite

Depends on the exact model you have.

Hope that helps :)

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