Hello all. I am very new here. By very new I mean this is my first time posting on a Tech forum. I very often search for answers and techspot.com appears a lot with solutions to practically every question I can think of. Today I am stumped and running short on time. My colleague from work, who is quite poor with computers and setting up and stuff, so I told him I would help him by removing Vista from his system and installing windows XP. I know that this day and age I should be upgrading him to Windows 7, but I dont have that CD. What I have done is this: Installed a Windows XP Professional for a DELL onto his Toshiba Satellite A100-033. I already knew (thanks to forums) that I would need to install the drivers for many of the devices after Windows XP installed. Oh I should mention, When installing XP I deleted the partition that originally hosted Vista, and formatted the drive to NTSF (forgive me if the arconym isnt exactly correct). After installing XP, I searched Device Manager for the yellow ? marks. I currently have 7 yellows: + ? Other devices - ? Ethernet Controller - ? Ethernet Controller - ? Mass Storage Controller - ? PCI Device - ? SM Bus Controller - ? Video Controller - ? Video Controller (VGA Compatible) I have searched tirelessly for the drivers. Toshiba website said thhis model is discontinued. However, I thought I could find them somewhere else in the WWWeb. Unfortunately I could not. I found some unlicensed program which supposedly searches through your computer and identifies exactly which drivers are required then installs them. This program failed to install (some error about a missing file), only after it failed to install I searched its properties to find it was unlicensed so i deleted it then and there. Either way. End result. I have a Toshiba Satellite A100-033 with Windows XP Professional installed and many devices without drivers. Please can someone help, I dont know where to look anymore and I am due to return his laptop on Monday (3 days). PS: I have access to uTorrent, but would prefer not to use unless required.