From revision 2.12.24 with Device Guard Support, the driver will not load on XP or VISTA.
It also explains the importance of keeping your drivers up-to-date and some of the challenges with updating Toshiba Drivers.
Note: You can automatically download the correct Toshiba Drivers by downloading the Driver Update™ Utility below.
With the widespread introduction of SATA hard disk drives and the unexpected longevity of the Windows XP operating system a lot of users nowadays are having problems when trying to install Windows XP.
Whether you’ve replaced your hard disk with a big chunky SATA one or decided to downgrade to XP from Windows Shitsa (eh, of course I mean Vista) then it’s likely you’ll come across an issue where you are either prompted by Windows XP setup for a floppy disk containing a driver or setup simply bombs out with a blue screen of death (BSOD).
Outdated USB drivers can be a source of frustration when trying to make sure your computer is running efficiently. These ports handle data transfer from different peripherals to your computer.