What drivers are you looking for? I found tons online! Just go to htt://www.google.com and type in Toshiba Tecra 8000 leave the laptop off! http://www.quickerwit.com/search.cfm?p12&p3Tecra%208000&p5Toshiba+Tecra+8000+drivers&hl&rlsN&tabfroogler or http://www.softlookup.com/driveauthor.asp?id=1820 Hope this helps!
Well, the Tecra brand is subsidiary of Toshiba. So the first step would be to locate a Toshiba authorized dealer, such as Toshiba Direct, and start the search there. The electronics store, Best Buy, also carries them.
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