S1000-Z2 satellite drivers & ram upgrade

Hello world
I was invited by a friend to fix his old laptop! It seems to be out of the Ark, however :-)

He had a pre-installation of XP home, which seems to be rather drunk, I decided to format and reinstall...

The problem is that I can't find the modem driver? As the laptop does not appear in the drop on the Toshiba site lists...

Also someone known all the details on the amount of ram may take? There are currently 1 stick of 256 MB installation and a slot empty if cpuZ does not lie to me.

Any help would be great?

Portable full details:
Toshiba Satellite S1000-Z2
Model No.: PS100E-001RE-EN
Series: 42064989C


Maybe you need to download the drivers for the modem from here:

They have for most of the drivers that are not on the site of toshiba Europe.

I hope you find what you need.

On your RAM issue, I think that the machine can handle a maximum of 1 GB, so you can install at least two 512 MB modules in this machine.


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