will only restore it to what you originally received. You will have to manually uninstall the stuff using start / control panel then add remove programs or install a new copy of XP without all the extra Toshiba stuff you don't like. If you do this you may have to download and install drivers.
Hi there, this may sound like a super strange question, but I'd thought I'd give it a shot to ask.
I bought a new Toshiba laptop last January that came with Windows Media Center installed. And an offer for the new Windows Vista upgrade. I got the Vista upgrade months ago, but I hate Vista it runs slow and it's just waful.
I want to re-install Media Center edition. The problem is that the Media Center Edition comes with 20,000 crap/junk toshiba software that you can't remove that easily. It also uses up +25% of the CPU even idling. Is there a way to install the plain Windows OS and not bother with the crap that Toshiba insists you should be forced to have?
The laptop came with a restore DVD Any suggestions?