Re: Installing Win7 on Satellite C50-A628
Whenever I want to install 'Windows 7' show the message *.
'Load the driver. A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now. Note: If the Windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can remove it safely for this step. » ***
BIOS settings = true *.
Windows = true
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model name: c50-a628 satellite *.
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serial number of 1E115457U *.
* I want a soluti * problem *.
I found similar to the thread on the Toshiba U.S. forum.
Check it out. I hope this will help you.
Otherwise, let know us and we can continue the discussion here.
Hey all, this is my first post, but have been an active reader for a while, ive looked for this problem on the forum, but have not found someone in my prediciment?
week 2 old C50 was pulled off the table by the dog so I lost the screen but the HARD drive was allowed as its been enslaved until my mac while the screen was fixed so I could continue to work.
When I came back, I have no device start-up etc... reading here once again an update of the bios will sort it so I thought Ill go back to the good old windows 7.
I want 7, back so I understand from reading here on all secure boot disable, Uefi stuff blah blah but my machine has system BIOS CBS version 1.00 1.10 so these options are not available
I also announced that the hard drive is now formatted to use my other computer toshiba laptop.
Now the part of Catch 22!
I want to update bios to 1.30, as says the toshiba site that will give me the uefi options so I can load win 7 but its engine to be updated only through windows and as above I now have an empty formatted drive and not be able to boot from a drive USB or CD because of MI of 1.10 bios a bit confused to how I can update the bios without windows and with the old bios does not allow me access to USB or CD?
I have the ability to slave the drive on my mac or another computer toshiba laptop, so heads tech here I should (although long route) somehow the picture any thing on the disc whatsoever victory 8 "Yuck" as it has been bundled with and then update the bios, blat in car and then load win7? long-term, but might work? but once again with the no boot warning device that I can't see myself doing anything other than approaching the bin with the laptop
Help: D and thanks for reading.
> How do I update the bios without windows and with the old bios does not allow me access to USB or CD?
It is not possible.
You need system Windows installed for updating the BIOS.
If you have not created the recovery discs (or a USB support) in the past, you can order the disk recovery (containing Win 8.1) on this page:
Then you could recover the factory back to laptop (Win 8.1) settings and could update the BIOS.
_By the way: _ did you try to change the Startup Mode without updating the BIOS?
Disable secur boot in the Bios, saving the changes. Then boot into the BIOS again and now you can check if the CSM mode would appear as an available option.
I intend to buy Satellite A300-1MT (PSAGCE), and before I do I just check if there are still some problems with drivers for W7 for this model?
On other forums, I saw that there are some problems with drivers like music keys, webcam, touchpad and FN keys and so on...
So, can someone confirm me that all drivers are now available and everything works?
And also until I started installing drivers is there anything I need to know (wait used?) Or perhaps better: does anyone have a special notice?
Please, find the will to respond! Thank you very much!
I have the Satellite A300 running Win7 32 bit, but my model is PSAG8E.
To be honest I have very good experience with installing Win7 on Satellite A300 and I can recommend you to install on this Satellite.
If you visit the Toshiba support page under http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com > support & downloads you will see that your laptop model is supported Win7 and it shouldn't be problem to install all the necessary drivers and other stuff of Toshiba.
Here is the list how I did this exactly:
atellite A300 (PSAG8E) and clean Win7
Hardware - toshiba
Control - HDMI
Everything works well but lacks some drivers
Added Vista tips:
Toshiba - help - working properly
-Card reader - installed correctly
-Webcam driver for A500 - tested with Skype - works correctly.
Driver - Synaptics
Win7 works well and I am very satisfied. No problems with the feature keys FN.
If you are going to buy this laptop start installation Win7 following this order of installations. Please inform us of problems and I hope that we can help you about this.
Hi, I hope I'm posting in the category right forum then...
My laptop is Toshiba Satellite C870-190 and it doesn t want to start my windows 7 CD.
I tried first with the DEL-button that opened the system startup when I start Notepad and then choose the CD-ROM device and do not want to load the CD and then I chose F2, the first unit on the boot to the CD-ROM section, still do not want to load it... the final solution, I tried to install it from the Windows 8 (current operating system) from my computer--> CD--> setup.exe, and then click INSTALL.
My computer laptop doesn t have allowed me to install it even from Windows... on file copy screen to say... and then it gives me an error that says that the operation failed... What is happening with this laptop?
How can I format my HARD drive and then install windows 7?
At the beginning I will say that I hope that you have created a recovery media (DVD or USB) before you have begun to install Win7.
Return to your Win7 installation. A long time ago I installed Win7 on friends U940 and the first stage was changing course startup in the BIOS settings mode - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB2C03F80002R01.htm
After the installation Win7 has started successfully, but in my case the SATA driver support was necessary.
Please check first and send comments.
I have a Toshiba Satellite M70-173, which I think to be up-to-date with windows 7. However after you run the windows 7 Advisor, he told me to download the driver of the wireless device that is:
Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection
I put t really know what it is? Is my wireless 'card '?
In any case, I check on the Intel site for the updated drivers for win7, and he says:
"Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection does not support Microsoft Windows * 7.
Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection is no longer manufactured by Intel, nor Intel provide any future software updates to support new operating systems or improve compatibility with devices and third-party software products. "
Does this mean that I should not install Windows 7?
How can I work around this problem, do need me to upgrade and how much would this cost?
Satellite or Equium M70 is old model of laptop computer designed for Windows XP Home edition, so it is certainly not taken in charge for Win7. It is certainly possible to install Win7 on this laptop, but you will not be able to make it work with all the options that are specific to Toshiba.
Yes it's the wireless card if this card doesn t work for lack of best drivers and the best option for you is to buy the wireless USB dongle. Ask your dealer how local it costs. As far as I know that's not expensive.
I need 64-bit drivers for Windows 7 for a C50 - A Satellite. Some of the Toshiba download page links are broken (404 Not Found error) and some of the ones I downloaded give a message that they are not for this computer. Technical support here in Israel could help.
They just referred me to the download page is not working. I am computer reseller, and I highly doubt I'll offer my Toshiba customers in the future.
What Satellite C50 - A do you have exactly? Can you please post the entire model name please?
> I'm a computer dealer and I highly doubt I'll offer my Toshiba customers in the future.
Please do not be angry on me, but such statements are so childish to me. I mean that it can happen that there is a temporary technical problem on the download page and in the next few days it will be fixed.
Something like that can happen to any manufacturer. In this logic you can annually reduce the range of products in your store.
I went and got the Win7 in a store.
I realized that it would be preferable to install the Windows 7 with the help of KILLED because of the Toshiba utility... when I started killed HER, he stopped and said that "this model do not support win7 upgrade..."
This pc is 6 months old! How is it possible?
What to do? Can I put with none KILLED if so where can I get all the staff of Toshiba?
If you have original installations of Microsoft DVD for Win7 best solution is to do clean OS install and not upgrade.
Before Win7 installation please visit Toshiba Win7 download page under http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/windows7_drivers.jsp and check if you can find all the necessary drivers, tools and utilities for your laptop model.
So all the stuff from Toshiba is there then install Win7 and continue with the installation of the drivers.
By the way: before delete you everything in the disk HARD create Toshiba recovery DVD for Vista.
You may need in the future.
If you have any other questions please let us know.
I want to change my current Windows 8.1 for Windows 7 operating system, but I have a lot of problems to deal with, because of the UEFI boot system.
I already changed the boot manager of UEFI to CMS (compatible BIOS Boot Manager) and I tried to install Windows 7 Ultimate x 64 as usual by booting from the CD.
But if I come to the sequence where I have to choose on which drive I would install it, not work in car because of the GPT Partition of the hard drive.
I also tried to install it via VHD, but he also didn't work.
I hope someone can help me!
Toshiba Satellite P50 - T B108
A question before continuing to discuss: I checked the Toshiba download page-http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp and this laptop model is not supported for Win7.
Where you find drivers, tools and utilities for it?
By the way: you created before recovery media you have begun to change anything?
I recently bought a laptop C50D satellite - A - 13 G. I have comes pre-installed with Windows 8.1, and I really hate it to bits!
So I want to install Windows 7 on it. My question is, is this laptop Satellite C50D - A - 13 G compatible with Windows 7? Is it possible to install Windows 7 on it? If so? How can I perform a clean installation of Windows 7 on it and completely clear the laptop Windows 8.1?
Thanks in advance
I checked ve - http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp - download page of Toshiba and drivers for Win7 64 bit appear so your laptop model is fully supported.
I n t have this model of laptop but I don't think that you will have some problems with the installation of Win7.
Important: before you do anything please create recovery (DVD or USB) media. This recovery media, that you can use to put the computer laptop back to factory settings.
After recovery discs to change the BIOS settings that will allows to use the bootable recovery disk.
Check it please http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB2C03F80002R01.htm
If you have problems let us know.
I bought Satellite L70-A-12W with preinstalled victory 8.1 two days ago... I have no recovery of win7, but I have Win7 64 Bit DVD new.
I would like to install win 7. I follow the instructions concerning the closing down, on Bios (I have version 1.3) safety boot is disabled and the boot mode is MSC mode.
I did a recovery on USB media if something with is wrong. Earn 8.1 I installed Paragon Partition Manager 14 (free version) and see the Partition Table. It UriPattern like this:
1 partition - system - 1-GB NTFS (Partition of Service);
2. partition (no name) - 100 MB - it's the gray color.
3 partition (local partition) - 128 MB;
4 partition C: (win 8.1) - Go 920 - NTFS drive.
5. partition - recovery - 10.1 GB - NTFS (Partition OEM Service).
I would like to keep evrything what is, if possible, and instead og Win8.1 install Win 7 ultimate 64-bit (which I have). And after than that, resize this partition of 100 GB and make a second partition private for my data - partition D: - for example.
I did things in the BIOS and win7 DVD and got error massage: Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk is of the GPT Style partition...
I found a solution to clean the disc in the BACK, but I'm not sure that I have with this procedure will delete oll data disc. I'll guarantee loos e if I do this... If all other partitions will remain instead of C--> I can always make backup returns with media recovery with win 8.1 and hopes to keep the warranty.
Now, I don't know what I have to do...
I would just have win 7 on my laptop with minimal change to the partition table and all the partitions instead of C (where now is win 8.1).
Could you please help me...
The question is: why you want to keep the present partitions on the HARD disk.
Using two systems Win 8 and Win 7 on this laptop?
The fact is that if you want to use only Windows 7, it s not appropriate to keep the old partitions on the HARD disk.
Secondly, you already have the Toshiba Recovery flash memory stick.
This recovery media allows you to return to the factory settings.
This means that recover the laptop using this memory flash USB stick recovery would again create the same partitions and install the Win 8.1 System.
Finally and above all Windows 7 supports 4 primary partitions as primary partitions are applicable to the tables of partition MBR and partition table MBR allow four primary partitions.
After you create the primary partition 4th Windows system will accept only the volumes 'Dynamics' (logical drives). You must create an extended partition containing many logical partitions.
However, if you use a table of GPT partition that is supported by the 64-bit Windows versions, you can configure up to 128 partitions and you need t differ between "primary" and "extended" partitions
In addition, the GPT partition table also requires the UEFI BIOS.
More details here:
Good afternoon mate,
I come to you because I gave this mini laptop, Toshiba CL10-b-103, who doesn't have a DVD drive and only 32 GB HDD (which there are only 21 free for the issue of the hidden restore and partition)
My intention is to install a win7 sp1 to make it lighter and have more space on the HARD drive.
And I'm going crazy,
The bios is quite simple, you can turn off only an option that says 'safe start' (which in some forum in English is advised to try to defuse what I do).
And change the boot priority (leaving only USB and HDD / SDD). Nothing comes of the CSM or something, who has also read by some forum also had to turn it off.
I'm first, I put usb firstly you have to shoot the laptop and there is no way to read a usb win7.
I do an install of win7 usb bootable with the support of the EFI (apparently these new EFI this notebook, according to lei, you must prepare them in a special way) as a result of this blog:
And no, do not read! There is no way that between usb!
I also did a USB bootable, following another forum, with an application called Rufus, but nothing not even read.
How the companions? I'm doing something wrong?
Is it possible that the laptop is, is totally gelding to format and install another OS?
See if you can help me, I'm desperate...
Thanks in advance and greetings from Spain,
I used the WinSetupFromUSB and make it bootable USB with this utility, I managed to read the USB, but all of a sudden comes this screen:
Exactly the same problem (Toshiba CL10-b-103 too), but I went deeper in the research and found that the BIOS version of this laptop does not support UEFI/CMS. Updated my BIOS to the latest version (which is for the moment, the 5.00 08/07/15 - WIN) but still does not work. I was already angry with their fu * skate that brings me to kill the process "pad experience" every time you start.
I would like to install ubuntu, but nothing works, even with a USB cable or directly on the C drive (note that I ruined my USB while flashing it, but in any case it was my fault). Any advice, tips?
In the case where someone would say "boot option is in the Advanced tab' this isn't for me, regarding the kikeastur. Sorry for digging it up with this topic, but I do not see why I would create a new that I have exactly the same problem.
Thanks in advance
I have a Toshiba Satellite L350D and I try to install the Windows7 again questioned the screen went black, I decided to format and reinstall everything, but when finishes the installation of the laptop restarts, but the screen continues black :(
Can I make an update of the BIOS without a PC and this should it fix my problem?
Are you trying to install the Os using a recovery disk or windows disk copy?
I'm going to do a clean install on my laptop with Win7 x 64 and I would like to know if there is a specific order to install the driver and if there is a way to download all in one package (zip or other) or if I really need to download one at a time in the support page. If Yes, what Bluetooth driver I install: when I try to download that one I m re-directed to another page with a lot of them
Thanks for the help
Order of installation is very important for a successful OS installation. All the necessary drivers, you can find on the download page of Toshiba. Unfortunately, you have to download and install one by one. Toshiba doesn't offer a sort of all in one package.
Order of installation is as follows:
Win7 64-bit SP1
TOSHIBA Assist 4.02.02
TOSHIBA Bulletin Board 2.1.10
TOSHIBA ReelTime 18.104.22.168
SW 22.214.171.1245 Chipset installation utility
Intel Management Engine Interface V126.96.36.1997
Driver Intel 188.8.131.523
267.44 NVIDIA display driver
Driver Intel Rapid Storage Technology 10.1.2.1004
Utility 184.108.40.206C TOSHIBA supervisor password
TOSHIBA HW Setup Utility 220.127.116.11C
18.104.22.168 TOSHIBA Flash Cards Support utility
TOSHIBA value added package 22.214.171.124
NVIDIA HD Audio Driver 126.96.36.199
Audio Realtek Driver 188.8.131.5205
TOSHIBA 1.0.3 Wireless LAN indicator
Wireless LAN driver
Synaptics Touch Pad Driver 184.108.40.206
TOSHIBA HDD Protection 220.127.116.11
Atheros Bluetooth Driver Package v1.0.4 Filter
Battery Bluetooth for Windows by Toshiba v8.00.06 (T)
Realtek LAN Driver 7.038.0113.2011
JMicron 1.00.57.02 card reader
ENE CIR driver V3.2
Tuner DVB-T/ATSC YUAN V18.104.22.168 driver
USB3.0 Driver 22.214.171.124
TOSHIBA Sleep 126.96.36.199 utility
3.1.9 TOSHIBA face recognition
TOSHIBA eco Utility 188.8.131.52
Intel Proset 184.108.40.206.1.s64_wCAT
TOSHIBA HDD/SSD Alert 220.127.116.11
TOSHIBA Service Station 2.1.52
18.104.22.168.64 HDMI Control Manager
Remote control TOSHIBA 22.214.171.124 Manager
TOSHIBA PC Health Monitor 126.96.36.199
TOSHIBA Web Camera Application V188.8.131.52
TOSHIBA resolution + plug-in for Windows Media Player 1.1.0
Intel Wireless Display 2.0.29T2
PatchFiles PCIIDEREG - 1.2
I just received a Satellite Pro who has been completely erased hard disk including the hidden restore partition. How can I get windows 7 on the hard drive to make it work again?
I bought a genuine copy of windows 7 from the store, but it gives me an error message when you try to install.
Any help gratefully accepted.
Before you begin installation OS set the BIOS default settings initially.
What message you see on the screen?
My hard drive in my laptop died on me, so I'm a new hard drive (Solid State) and installed Windows 7 top on my Toshiba (Satellite C665 model PSC55A)
I don't seem to be the only ones to encounter this error: "A required CD/DVD drive driver is missing. If you have a flash drive driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB, please insert it now. "However, everyone seems to get for different reasons and I have tried several things.
The first manifests itself: use the disk I got with the laptop. I moved homes since I bought the laptop. Looked through all the boxes in the House and and I think it can be lost in oblivion.
The next most obvious: load the drivers of Toshiba support. Tried that. Does not work. Don't know why, but I downloaded the drivers from Toshiba, extract them, put them on a USB key. Seen in "Install Windows" in a list of all the drivers. I try to install each one, it passes through all. The end of it still does not work.
Next: download Windows 7 USB/DVD tool. I read that this would work, so I tried it, and it didn't.
I also read BIOS, 'Disable AHCI mode for your drive in the BIOS OF THE system controller', I'm not the greatest, so I can't have gotten this right step, but the only time where I found the AHCI in the BIOS I couldn't change to IDE or ATA as suggested, I could just change it to "compatibility".
Thank you for your help, I hope I don't sound too desperate.
> I found AHCI in the BIOS, I couldn't change it to IDE or ATA as was suggested, I could just change it to "compatibility".
It's a good... you can switch the SATA AHCI mode or in compatibility mode.
In AHCI mode laptop requires the SATA driver to see the SSD or HARD disk drive. In compatible mode HDD/SSD drive should be visible during installation of the system, but the HDD/SSD drive would operate in IDE mode means the player HDD/SSD would be slower.
But if I understand the detachment, ve you had problems with CD/DVD player. Is this correct?
It was really strange because installing Windows doesn t need drivers ODD (optical disc) the configuration of the installation contains common CD/DVD player that controls the disk drive.
I read in other forums that this problem could be related to faulty Windows installation disc. It would be interesting to know if you can use another drive to install the system
I also found this MS knowledge base article:
["Required the reader driver CD/DVD is missing" or "needs a driver your computer media is missing" appears when you install Windows | http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2755139]
The reasons can be:
The installation DVD is removed during the installation process.
A bad quality DVD has been used to create the installation DVD.
The speed at which the installation DVD is burnt was too fast.
The DVD drive cannot read media.
The ISO file is corrupted.
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