Satellite Pro L10 and Windows 7 drivers

Hi guys,.

I'm looking for a set of drivers for the laptop model above. I recently installed Win7, but I have no drivers for the machine at all.
XP drivers do not work.
If someone managed to install the drivers for this machine? I'm mainly interested in getting my wireless card working.

I look forward to your responses.

Thanks in advance for your responces
Panos

Satellite Pro L10 is old enough for laptop and I do not think that you will find all the Win7 drivers.
According to the Toshiba - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB9902P50000R01.htm - your laptop isn't supported Win7 and find the drivers won't be so easy.

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