Toshiba Satellite 1115-S107 Ethernet Driver 5.503 Specifications: CPU Intel Pentium 4 processor at 1.80GHz ** (See CPU Performance Disclaimer) Integrated co-processor L2 cache 512KB Level 2 cache integrated on die 400MHz Processor System Bus Clock (PSB) Memory 256MB, expandable to 512MB (Both slots may be occupied) Memory expansion: DIMM, DDR PC2100 128Mbit/256Mbit, 2.5V Data / address bus width; 64-bit/32-bit BIOS ROM: Inter FWH; 4Mbit Intel 845MP chipset Mass Storage Primary hard disk: 20GB * hard drive, Enhanced IDE (ATA-5) interface, 4200rpm drive rotation; 9.5 mm height, 0.2 pounds, 13ms average access time (read), 3ms track to track seek time (Read), supports PIO mode4, Ultra DMA and Multiword DMA mode5 mode2 DVD-ROM: Enhanced IDE (ATAPI Interface); Maximum speed: 8x; compatibility: CD-ROM, CD-R (read-only), CD-RW (read only), DVD-ROM, DVD-R read (only), supports PIO mode4, Ultra DMA mode2 & Multiword DMA Mode 2 Software Decoder: WinDVD Graphics / Video 14.1TFT active matrix color LCD display, internal display supports 1024 x 768 resolution 16MB ATI M6-C graphics controller, 16MB external DDR video Memory 3D Graphics Accelerator, AGP bus support; 2D Graphics Accelerator, BitBLT hardware, Hardware cursor, Direct Draw Support External Color Support / Refresh rate (depending on CRT): 800x600; 60/70/72/75/85/90/100/120/160Hz @ 16M 1024x768; 60/70/72/75/85/90/100/120HZ @ 16M 1280x1024; 60/70/75/85/100Hz @ 16M 1600x1200; 60/75/85/100 @ 64K Input Devices Keyboard: Full size 85 keys with 12 function keys, 3mm key Stroke, 7mm height Dedicated Windows & Application keys Support; HotKey function; touchpad, scroll Function (by help of driver) Expandability 2 memory slots (both slots may be occupied), 2 PC Card slots Support 2 Type II or one Type III PC Card with 32-bit CardBus ready Communications V.92/56K integrated modem, data and fax support Integrated 10/100 Ethernet LAN It is strongly recommended to have the latest driver version available. Do not forget to check with our site as often as possible in order to stay on the latest drivers, software and games booth. Try a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed a wrong driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or no longer supported.