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morticus139 8:30pm on Sunday, October 10th, 2010 
The greatest Toshiba serias M than ever, super small, super fast, super graphic with new Nvidia technology However. Sure some others have been there? Important job, deadlines set, colleagues heads on the block.
jandoemen 12:18am on Friday, October 8th, 2010 
got the tecra m5 two days ago and had to give a presentation the next day and it worked just great. setup and first use are intuitive.
sacnyusa 9:33am on Friday, September 10th, 2010 
Compact and Classy, loads of features and one of the best on the market. Silly placed finger tip scriber. No mounts at the rear to elevate it.
TitusD 3:58am on Monday, August 30th, 2010 
This is one of the worst products that could ...  sleek look Heat Engine ; Noisy
tonkatruck 7:43pm on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 
This is one of the worst products that could be brought out.I have Vista Enterprise on this and nothing ever works properly.
Fantasy 5:28am on Saturday, July 31st, 2010 
i have this laptop for work, well at least i think its this model. light easy to use looks good! fingerprint technology not always helpful Hello and welcome to the review that should have been here.
portugieser 6:56pm on Sunday, March 28th, 2010 
i have this laptop for work, well at least i think its this model. it has the fingerprint technology.
Sgt_Josh 3:54pm on Sunday, March 28th, 2010 
I personally love this laptop, the power it c...  But for its abbreviated battery life, the Toshiba Tecra M5 is a well-balanced. I personally love this laptop, the power it contains to do what you want out of a laptop is no thing to scoff at when it comes to this beast.

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TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC.
Upgrading to Windows Vista for Toshiba Tecra M5
This particular document pertains specifically to the particular computer model selected from the Model list on the Toshiba Download Center website. Different versions of this document with significantly different content are provided for other models (including those with similar model names).
This document describes two methods for upgrading from Microsoft Windows XP to Microsoft Windows Vista on Toshiba portable computers.
Perform a manual upgrade Follow the steps immediately below to perform a manual upgrade- by performing the various steps listed below, one at a time, without software assistance. This upgrade method preserves your existing programs, data and user accounts. It explains how to remove several software components that are specifically for Windows XP, and which must be removed before installing Windows Vista. This method also includes instructions for replacing the Toshiba components for Windows XP with corresponding components for Windows Vista. Your computer may have Windows XP software components from other companies that must be removal before installing Windows Vista McAfee Internet Security and Intervideo WinDVD Creator, for example. Contact the publishers of these applications for information about their upgrade options for Windows Vista.
Perform a manual clean installation This upgrade method removes any existing programs, data and user profiles. The result is a clean installation of Windows Vista, without anything carried forward from the previous installation of Windows XP. Click the following link to jump to the clean installation instructions in this document.
Please print this document Printing this document will allow you to follow these instructions even if
you lose your connection to the Internet during the installation procedure.
Click the following link to Microsofts Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor. The Upgrade Advisor can verify that your computer is capable of running Windows Vista, and can identify applications and other software components that should be removed before installation of Windows Vista. The Upgrade Advisor can also recommend the version of Windows Vista that is most appropriate to your computer.
== Windows Vista manual upgrade procedure ==
This procedure is specifically for use with Vista-capable Toshiba portable computers. You will need a Windows Vista installation disc and a connection to the Internet to complete the procedure.
1. Download Toshiba BIOS and software components for Windows Vista 2. Update the computers BIOS 3. Remove Toshiba software components for Windows XP 4. Install Windows Vista 5. Install Toshiba-supplied software components for Windows Vista
Upgrading to Windows Vista

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March 28, 2007
1 Download Toshiba BIOS and software components for Windows Vista
Follow the steps below to download new Toshiba BIOS and new Toshiba-supplied software components for Windows Vista, listed in the table immediately below. These new software components will replace the XP-specific components to be removed in Section 2, below. The computers BIOS must specifically support Windows Vista. Unless Windows Vista was pre-installed on the computer, the computers BIOS must be updated to support Windows Vista. Toshiba software components for Windows Vista
Alps Pointing Device Driver Bluetooth Monitor Bluetooth Stack for Windows Intel (802.11 a/b/g, b/g) PCle Mini Card Driver Intel Calistoga GM Display Driver nVidia Display Driver SigmaTel HD Audio Driver TOSHIBA Fingerprint Utility Toshiba Software Modem CD/DVD Drive Acoustic Silencer Config Free TOSHIBA Assist TOSHIBA Disc Creator TOSHIBA Extended Tiles for Windows Mobility Center Toshiba HDD Protection TOSHIBA IE Favorites Links TOSHIBA SD Memory Boot Utility TOSHIBA SD Memory Utilities TOSHIBA Security Assist Toshiba Software Upgrades TOSHIBA Value Added Package User's Guide - Unattended Installation Wireless Key Logon

1. Using Windows Explorer, create a new folder named BIOS under the root directory of the computers hard disk drive ordinarily identified as drive (C:) 2. Create another folder named Vista Downloads also under the hard disk drives root directory. 3. If a RAID driver is listed in the table above, create a third folder named RAID driver also under the hard disk drives root directory. 4. Browse to http://vistaDL.toshiba.com 5. Select your computer model from the lists of Product, Family and Model, and click the Go button.
Upgrading to Windows Vista Page 2 of 11 March 28, 2007
A list of software components and BIOS updates will be displayed. 6. Download the latest Vista-compatible BIOS for your computer to the new BIOS folder. 7. If a RAID driver is listed in the table above, download it to the new RAID driver folder. 8. Right-click the.zip file for the RAID driver, and then click Extract All. The Extraction Wizard will start. Follow its prompts to unzip and save the driver into the same RAID driver folder. 9. Download the Toshiba-supplied software components in the table above, one at a time, and save them to the Vista Downloads folder, created above.
Update the computers BIOS
1. Use Windows Explorer to browse to the new BIOS folder. 2. Double-click the BIOS filename to start the BIOS update, and then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the BIOS update. 3. Restart the computer, by clicking Start, then Shut Down, then Restart from the list of options.
Remove Toshiba software components for Windows XP
Follow the steps below to remove Toshiba software components that are specifically for Windows XP and which must be removed before installing Windows Vista. These XP-specific components are listed in the table following the screen shots below. Your computer may have Windows XP software components from other companies that must be removal before installing Windows Vista McAfee Internet Security and Intervideo WinDVD Creator, for example. Contact the companies that publish these applications for information about their upgrade options for Windows Vista. 1. Click the Windows Start button, then click Control Panel. 2. Click Add or Remove Programs, then click Remove a program, as shown in the screen shots below. You may need to log in with an Administrator password to uninstall the software components.

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A list of currently-installed software components will appear, similar to the screen shot below, though the contents of the list will vary from model to model.
3. Click the name of the software component to be removed, and then click the Change/Remove button for that component as shown in the screen shot above. 4. Click Yes in the confirmation pop-up window. Repeat these steps 3 and 4 for each software component in the table below.

Toshiba software components for Windows XP which must be removed before installing Windows Vista Bluetooth Stack for Windows DVD RAM Driver Software SD Secure Module CD/DVD Drive Acoustic Silencer Config Free TOSHIBA Mic Effect TOSHIBA Assist Toshiba Controls Toshiba Display Device Change Utility Toshiba Dual Pointing Device Utility TOSHIBA Fingerprint Utility
Upgrading to Windows Vista Page 4 of 11 March 28, 2007
Toshiba HDD Protection Toshiba Hotkey Utility for Display Devices Toshiba Mobile Extension 3 Toshiba MyConnect Special Offer Version 1.1 Toshiba Password Utility TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool TOSHIBA Power Saver Toshiba Registration Software (without AT&T) TOSHIBA SD Memory Boot Utility TOSHIBA SD Memory Card Format Utility TOSHIBA Security Assist Utility Toshiba Software Upgrades Toshiba Utilities Toshiba Wireless Hotkey TOSHIBA Zooming Utility Atheros Client Utility (802.11 a/b/g, b/g) Config Free Demo Screen Saver DLA Packet Writing Software Intel PROSET Utility (802.11 a/b/g, b/g) InterVideo WinDVD McAfee Active Shield Antivirus RecordNow! Basic Sun Java 2 Runtime Environment TOSHIBA Backup Utility Hard Disk Recovery Utilities Toshiba AOL 9.0 Offer TOSHIBA Yahoo Music Engine

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Install Windows Vista
Launch the Windows Vista installation program by following these steps: 1. Insert the Windows Vista installation disc into the computers optical drive. 2. After a brief delay, the installation program should start. If the installation program does not start automatically, then follow these steps:
1. Click Start, then click My Computer. 2. Browse to the optical drive (typically designated drive D:) 3. Double-click the file setup.exe. The installation should now start. 3. Click Install Now.
Follow the instructions presented by the Windows Vista installation program. If a RAID driver is listed in the table in section 2, then follow these additional steps:
1. When prompted for the type of installation, select Custom (Advanced). The "Where do you want install Windows? prompt will appear, along with the message Windows cannot be installed to this disk. Windows needs the driver for device [TOSHIBA RAID]. 2. Click the Load driver link. 3. Browse to the RAID driver folder created in the steps above. 4. Click the filename of the RAID driver to select it, and click the OK button. 5. An available partition will now be displayed. Select the partition and click Next. 6. Click OK to overwrite the existing Windows XP installation, and continue with the installation of Windows Vista. 7. Follow the remaining instructions presented by the Windows Vista installation program.

Install Toshiba software components for Windows Vista
Once Windows Vista is running on your computer, follow these instructions to install the Vistaspecific Toshiba software components that you downloaded in section 1, above. 1. Click the Vista Start button, then click Computer in the pane to the right. 2. Browse to the new Vista Downloads folder, created in the steps above. 3. Double-click the filename of the first of the software components to start its installation. Follow any instructions that appear during the installation, including the Continue prompt on the User Account Control dialog box for each component, shown below.

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Repeat these steps for each of the software component files in the folder. 4. Ignore any "Please restart your computer" instructions displayed by the installation programs. Restart the computer after the last installation program in the table above is finished, by clicking Start, then Shut Down, then Restart from the list of options. Microsoft Windows Vista should now be ready for use. These installation instructions apply to Toshiba software component. Please contact the publishers of other software components (such as McAfee Internet Security and Intervideo WinDVD Creator) for information about their upgrade options for Windows Vista.

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== Windows Vista clean installation procedure ==
This upgrade method removes any existing programs, data and user profiles. The result is a clean installation of Windows Vista, with nothing carried forward from the previous Windows XP installation. This procedure is specifically for use with Vista-capable Toshiba portable computers. You will need a Windows Vista installation disc and a connection to the Internet to complete this procedure.
1. Update the computers BIOS 2. Download the Toshiba RAID driver (if required) 3. Install Windows Vista 4. Download and install Toshiba software components for Windows Vista Print this document
Printing this document will allow you to follow these instructions even if you lose your connection to the Internet during the installation procedure.
Click the following link to the Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor. The Upgrade Advisor can verify that your computer is capable of running Windows Vista, and can identify applications and other software components that should be removed before installation of Windows Vista. The Upgrade Advisor can also recommend the version of Windows Vista that is most appropriate to your computer.

Follow the steps below to download a new Vista-compatible BIOS. 1. Using Windows Explorer, create a folder named Vista Downloads under the My Documents folder. 2. Browse to http://vistaDL.toshiba.com 3. Select your computer model from the lists of Product, Family and Model, and click the Go button.
A list of software components and BIOS updates will be listed. The computers BIOS must specifically support Windows Vista. Unless Windows Vista was preinstalled on the computer, the computers BIOS must be updated to support Windows Vista. 4. Download the latest Vista-compatible BIOS for your computer, and save it to the Vista Downloads folder. 5. Use Windows Explorer to browse to the Vista Downloads folder, created above. 6. Double-click the BIOS filename to start the BIOS update, and then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the BIOS update. 7. Restart the computer, by clicking Start, then Shut Down, then Restart from the list of options.

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Download the RAID driver (if applicable)
If a RAID driver is listed for your model on the Toshiba Vista downloads webpage, then. 1. Download the driver to a USB flash drive, or to a diskette in a USB diskette drive, or to a flash memory card if the computer has a built-in memory card slot. Do not download the RAID driver to the local hard disk drive. 2. Right-click the.zip file for the RAID driver, and then click Extract All. The Extraction Wizard will start. Follow its prompts to unzip and save the driver to the same location.
Launch the Windows Vista installation program by following these steps: 1. Push the button on the optical drive (CD/DVD) to open it. 2. Insert the Windows Vista installation disc into the optical drive. Do not close the optical drive. 3. Shut down the computer, by clicking Start and then Shut Down. Make sure to choose Shut down or Turn off from the list of options rather than Standby or Restart. 4. Close the optical drive (with the Windows Vista installation disc in the drive). 5. Press and hold the F12 key. Continue to hold it, while briefly pressing the computers power button to turn it on. The boot device menu should appear. Release the F12 key. If this menu does not appear, repeat steps 1 and 3. 6. Use the arrow keys to select the optical drive as the boot device. The optical drive may be represented by an icon in the shape of a CD, or may be an item in a list (possibly labeled CDROM/DVD drive). Press the enter key to confirm the selection. After a brief delay, the computer should start from the Windows Vista installation disc. If the computer starts Windows XP from the hard disk drive, repeat steps 1 and 3. After a brief delay, the Windows Vista installation program should start. Follow the instructions presented by the installation program, including entry of your product code for Windows Vista. 7. Click Next on the first screen and then click the Install now button. 8. At the screen that prompts Which type of installation do you want?, click the Custom (advanced) box. The Where do you want to install Windows? screen will appear. If Windows Vista requires a RAID driver for your computer, it will state No drives were found. toward the bottom of the screen. In this case, follow these additional instructions: 1. Click the Load driver link.

2. Browse to the location of the RAID driver downloaded in the steps above. 3. Click the filename of the RAID driver to select it, and click the OK button. 4. An available partition will now be displayed. Select the partition and click Next. 5. Click OK to overwrite the existing Windows XP installation, and continue with the installation of Windows Vista. 6. Follow the remaining instructions presented by the Windows Vista installation program.

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4 Download and install Toshiba software components for Windows Vista
Follow the steps below to download new Toshiba software components for Windows Vista, listed in the table immediately below. Toshiba software components for Windows Vista
component Alps Pointing Device Driver Bluetooth Monitor Bluetooth Stack for Windows Intel (802.11 a/b/g, b/g) PCle Mini Card Driver Intel Calistoga GM Display Driver nVidia Display Driver SigmaTel HD Audio Driver TOSHIBA Fingerprint Utility Toshiba Software Modem CD/DVD Drive Acoustic Silencer Config Free TOSHIBA Assist TOSHIBA Disc Creator TOSHIBA Extended Tiles for Windows Mobility Center Toshiba HDD Protection TOSHIBA IE Favorites Links TOSHIBA SD Memory Boot Utility TOSHIBA SD Memory Utilities TOSHIBA Security Assist Toshiba Software Upgrades TOSHIBA Value Added Package User's Guide - Unattended Installation Wireless Key Logon downloaded installed
1. Browse to Toshibas Vista downloads webpage at http://vistaDL.toshiba.com 2. Select your computer model from the lists of Product, Family and Model, and click Go. 3. A list of software components available for the model selected will be displayed. The list may contain more than one version of some components. The list is sorted chronologically, so that the newest version of each component will be listed above older versions. Each software component is listed just once in the table above. Use it as a guide for locating the newest version of each software component in the webpage list. Track your progress

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through the list by checking off the downloaded and installed boxes on your printed copy of this table, as you work through the list. 4. Starting at the top, identify the first software component In the table above, then identify the newest version of that component in the list on the Vista downloads page, and then click its icon to start downloading it. 5. Follow your browsers instructions to save the file to the Windows desktop, or to another convenient location. 6. Click the Vista Start button, then click Computer in the pane to the right. The Windows Explorer program will start. 7. Use Windows Explorer to navigate to the Windows desktop, or to the folder where youve downloaded the new software components. 8. Double-click the filename of a new software component to start its installation program. Follow the installation programs instructions to install the software component. Repeat steps 4 through 8 for each software component in the table above. 9. Ignore any "Please restart your computer" instructions displayed by the installation programs. Restart the computer after the last installation program in the table above is finished, by clicking Start, then Shut Down, then Restart from the list of options. Microsoft Windows Vista should now be ready for use.

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Toshiba Tecra M5-S4333 Laptop Review A High End Business Model Laptop with Eve. Page 1 of 7
LASPLASH.COM: Hardware Reviews
Toshiba Tecra M5-S4333 Laptop Review A High End Business Model Laptop with Everything

By Quang Bui

The Tecra M4-4333 Laptop is all about business when it comes down to it. Toshiba designed this laptop without all the media extras and built this for those of us who want just use it to do work. It has a 2 GHz Centrino Duo chip, a normal 14.1 square screen with super high XGA (1024x768) resolution, 2 GB of ram, 120 GB drive, 8x DVDRW/DVDR DL, NVidia 128 MB graphics card, Vista Business, 4 hours battery life, 5.4 lbs., Wireless a/b/g, Bluetooth, and a 3 year warranty. It has a retail price of $1,899.
http://www.lasplash.com/publish/Hardware_Reviews_and_News_129/Toshiba_Tecra_M5. 1/23/2011
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The laptop has a very sturdy overall look and feel. It doesnt have all the play and stop buttons for music all over and is focused on doing work. It has the normal antiglare screen instead of the media super glossy brilliant screens like the typical media laptop has. It has two strong hinges. The case itself is magnesium-alloy chassis. The hard drive has a shock absorbing system built in. Its a very simple black and grey design.
On the far left is the hardware volume button
Its packed with all the hardware for a business professional or user to do work, a super fast processor, a lot of ram, and not a lot of extra unused features. It sports a fingerprint reader so you can save your passwords for all your websites, programs, and windows login without worrying about someone using your account by finger print protecting them. Swipe your finger and you can log into your back account and etc without having to type it all in but still protecting someone from logging in as you if you want to save your password.
Below the lights on the left side is the hardware Wi-Fi button
Toshiba Tecra M5-S4333 Laptop Review A High End Business Model Laptop with Eve. Page 3 of 7
It also sports duel built-in mouse controls, the normal touchpad and the eraser head. The keyboard is a typical Toshiba keyboard so the windows key is top right, and the home/end/page up/page down are lined up on the right side. It has only three usb ports and a four-pin FireWire port. Youll find a VGA-out and a serial port for your old accessories. It has a Type II PC card slot, ExpressCard slot, and a HD-SD card slot for the new higher capacity cards being released.
It has very few hardware buttons which can often be confusing. On the bottom of the front edge there is a manual wireless switch. I find these really convenient in case I find a mistake on an email that I accidently sent I can cut off the internet before it sends. However sometimes you may wonder why the internet stopped working and realize 3 hours later it was because the switch was off. Its also good for turning off the Wi-Fi while on a flight. There is also a hardware volume button. Same thing with this, its handy to be able to control the volume even when windows is super slow but occasionally those unfamiliar with it may wonder why the sound is broken. There are also three buttons above the keyboard: The Power Button, Toshiba Help and Configuration button, and a monitor output button for quick presentation mode on a project and etc.

You can secure your saved passwords with the finger print reader so you can be lazy and secure at the same time
Although Toshiba states a 4 hour battery life you will hardly ever see this. This computer sucks up a lot of power for being such a

powerful machine.

This laptop comes with a 3 year warrantee which is nice. With any laptop I recommend getting insurance through any insurance company to cover spills, drops, theft, and etc even if its your fault. With a street price of $1750 this powerhouse business model laptop is a good high end laptop deal. You can find more laptops like the M5 from Toshiba here:

www.toshiba.com

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Tech Specs (Based on manufacturer's information) Processor Brand: Intel Processor Class: Processor Speed: Front Side Bus: L2 Cache Size: System Chipset: Memory Speed: Memory Type: Installed Memory: Core 2 Duo Processor 1.83 GHz 667 MHz 4 MB Intel 945PM Express PC2-4200 (533MHz) DDR2-SDRAM 2 GB Processor Number: T7200
Mobile Technology: Centrino
Maximum Memory: 4 GB Memory Slots Total: 2 Memory Slots Available: Total Hard Drive Capacity: Drive Controllers: GB SATA-150
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Rotational Speed:

5400 RPM Double Layer DVD SuperMulti Drive: Create a DVD+R DL at a maximum 2.4X Write speed Create a DVD-R DL at a maximum 2X Write speed Create a DVD+R at a maximum 8X Write speed or a maximum 4X Rewrite speed Create a DVD-R at a maximum 8X Write speed or a maximum 4X Rewrite speed Create a DVD-RAM at a maximum 5X Write speed Play a DVD-Rom at a maximum 8X Read speed Create a CD-Rom at a maximum 24X Write speed Create a CD-RW at a maximum 10X Rewrite speed Play a CD-Rom at a maximum 24X Read speed DL DVD SuperMulti Digital Audio (16-bit) NVIDIA Quadro NVS 110M 128 MB 1280 x 1024 (SXGA) 14.1 in Active Matrix LCD (TFT) 5:4

Optical Drives:

Additional Drives: Sound Support: Video Chipset Brand: Video Chipset: Installed Video Memory: Resolution: Screen Size: Screen Type: Physical Aspect Ratio:
Video: 1 x RGB (monitor) output 1 x S-Video output Port Connectors: Audio: 1 x Microphone input 1 x Headphone output Data:
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Card Slots: Network Support: Wireless Protocol: Modem Speed: Input Devices: Security Features: Battery Life (average): Number of Batteries: x x x x

x x x x x x

i.LINK IEEE-1394 USB v2.0 RJ-45 LAN RJ-11 modem Serial 240-pin docking connector

Secure Digital (SD) ExpressCard/34 ExpressCard/54 Type II / Type 1 PC Card
Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Mbps) 802.11a 802.11b 802.11g 56 Kbps Keyboard Touchpad Stick Fingerprint Reader Kensington Security Slot 4.0 Hours 1
Installed Operating Windows Vista Business System: Toshiba Software and Utilities: Toshiba Toshiba Toshiba Toshiba Included Software: ConfigFree Custom Utilities Electronic User's Guide Bluetooth driver software
Third-party Software: Microsoft OneNote 2003 Microsoft Works 8.5 McAfee Internet Security Suite (30-day trial) Sun Java 2 Runtime Environment Adobe Acrobat Reader InterVideo WinDVD 5 InterVideo WinDVD Creator 2 Platinum Sonic Solutions RecordNow! Basic for
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Toshiba Sonic Solutions Drive Letter Access (DLA) Microsoft Windows Media Player version 10 In the Box: Height: Width: Depth: Weight: Limited Warranty: 75W Auto sensing external AC Adapter 6-cell (4700mAh) rechargeable, removable Lithium Ion battery pack 1.3 in 12.3 in 8.5 in 5.2 lbs 3 Years (36 Months)
Published Sep 3, 2007 Copyright 2003 - Splash Magazines Worldwide. All rights reserved.

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