just bough myself a Toshiba Satellite R830-1GZ since I got a great deal and is going to be in place of my EEEPC 1215N…. as I stated in the previous posts, I love XP so the great thing about Toshiba R830 is that you can find all the drivers and utilities for XP on R830.
I’ve made a package with everything you need for an R830-1GZ (no 3g module or fingerprint sensor)
Intel Chipset 220.127.116.110
Intel Graphics: 18.104.22.16894
Intel HDMI Audio Driver: 5.14.00.3074
Audio Realtek: 5.10.00.4240
Intel LAN: 15.7
Ricoh SDCARD Reader: 2.11.17.02
Toshiba Touchpad ON/OFF: 22.214.171.124
Toshiba WiFi Key: 126.96.36.199
Toshiba USB3: 188.8.131.52
TOSHIBA Sleep Utility 184.108.40.206F
TOSHIBA Common Module V6.07.02 (FN KEYS)
TOSHIBA HDD Protection 220.127.116.11
TOSHIBA Controls v3.37.4310 (Buttons on TOP RIGHT)
TOSHIBA Power Saver 7.14.03
Toshiba Bluetooth Stack 6.00.0601.0
Bluetooth Filter Driver Package Atheros 1.0.4
I had no problem so far with these last driver from Toshiba Website, only one thing happened to me, everything was fine on Windows XP English version. In the Windows XP Italian edition, on the contrary, the WiFi Fn-F8 could trigger on/off only the bluetooth. Looking at the app/registry settings I’ve found that the WiFi card Vendor/Model/Subsys were not in the app list of “managable” devices.
So what I did I replaced one all the registry keys in HKLM\SOFTWARE\Toshiba
VEN_168C&DEV_002B&SUBSYS_661311AD (that was my device ID for some reason)
and that did the job (I could not remember with or without a reboot 🙂 )
Drivers here (self extracting package 165MB)
PS I’ve installed Windows XP Sp3 from DVD using Nlite before to integrate the latest SATA drivers
—– edit 02nd March —-
is better if you install the software to manage properly FN+F5… but it’s up to you.
—- EDIT 20 Jan 2013 ——-
My Toshiba become were slow and unusable…such a shame for an i5.. got rid of Windows and installed Mountain Lion..
if you want to give it a go here are the instructions.
I strongly suggest to anyone not familiar in installing OSX on PCs to buy a sata hard drive and do the install there so you can easily go back to a working system if you have problems etc..