Toshiba BIOS Portege 7000CT Driver Download (Official)

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BIOS Portege 7000CT Driver

Version 8.20 Driver



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ACPI Flash BIOS version 8.20 for Portege 7000.

Version 8.20 12-06-1999

A change was made that will now support the 10/100 Network DVD-Dock II.

Corrected a problem using a Cannon printer.

Corrected an intermittent power off problem under Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack.

Corrected a LAN controller detection problem. The failure occurred after powering up the computer, attached to the CD/DVD Dock, without an AC adaptor, executing Standby, and executing a wake-up after an AC adaptor had been attached.

Corrected a data corruption problem in the FDD. The failure would occur when attempting to read a floppy disk, after copying data by using LS-120 (a large capacity external FDD device using a 120MB "super disk"), under Windows 95/98, then re-booting the compu

Uploaded By

Andrews (DG Staff Member) on 28-May-2004

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
TOSCDROM.SYS 10.0 KB 29 Aug 1997
retrofit.COM 5.3 KB 24 Aug 1998
instinfo.bat 1.2 KB 20 Dec 1999
README.COM 15.8 KB 20 Dec 1999
readme.txt 13.5 KB 20 Dec 1999
1114d820.exe 515.1 KB 20 Dec 1999
CHGBIOSA.EXE 19.1 KB 27 Jul 1999
retrofit.txt 3.5 KB 19 Aug 1998
SERWAVE.VXD 14.2 KB 19 Dec 1996
ASKIT.COM 1.0 KB 23 Mar 1994
BIOFC1FT.COM 434.4 KB 22 Nov 1999
acpi.reg 115 bytes 29 Jul 1998

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