Question about to reinstall XP on Satellite M60-132

Hi people, yesterday I wanted to reinstall my xp. but I couldn't find 2 cd and none of them worked.
The first cd I tried was Express Media Player Recovery CD.

If you know what I have to do, please send me an email: [[email protected]]

You don t have to start from the Express Media Player recovery CD, but from the Toshiba Recovery CD!
As the name already says the Express Media Player recovery CD contains only the Express drive!

The Toshiba Recovery CD contains the Win OS and drivers of Toshiba.

Therefore, to use the Toshiba Recovery CD. Insert it into the CD/DVD drive and press the C key immediately after starting the laptop.
This C button will allow the start-up of the STRANGE!

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