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You have no floppy, the CD is not supported in the BIOS, and the hard disk has been formatted? :confused:

It appears to me that the only option is to remove the hard drive, use a 2.5" to 3.5" IDE adapter, Install MS-DOS to make the drive bootable, copy the W9x installation directory to the hard disk, then put it back into the laptop. You can then boot to DOS, go into the W9x setup directory, and run setup.
 

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Being a Toshiba laptop, it almost certainly takes proprietary memory modules, so it won't be all that cheap to upgrade the memory. I think that Windows of any flavor will be a slug in 16mb, glad I don't have to run that way. :)
 
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