Satellite L30 - is - it a driver package for Windows 7?

I just installed Windows 7 on my Satellite L30. I have 2 GB of RAM, 40 GB of disk space ect. Are there packs of compatible driver for windows 7 that I can use on this laptop? Those who would be best (I know it wasn't a recommended upgrade, but it's ok)?

As my drivers for Windows XP are not compatible, I'm stuck with vga printed on my TV. :)


Hi Moon Base 4,

Normally the Vista drivers are compatible with Windows 7 but that s not always done. I think you should test this because it s always according to the version of the driver and your equipment.

All the drivers and tools that you can download here:

If n t work Vista drivers you need to use a preinstalled OS to Toshiba or you are looking for on the pilot sites.

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