Product recovery software for Intel graphics adapter

Friends,
In the Product recovery software, I am unable to find the file for graphics installation and there is no readme file to guide.
The disc has to 2 folders 1) i386 and 2) Tools
In the tools there are 2 exe files
RecoCHECK
RecoFastCRC
RecoGUI.lng
RecoUNPACK
Please help to find which software to run .
regards,
Dhiraj Shetty

Hi there,
again,
I posted an answer on your question about graphics drivers. Did you already checked it?
If not, I will give an short explanation about recovery medias and then again a link where you can find the graphics driver software.
A recovery media is a packed image of the Windows installation on your harddisk. Which means you CANNOT extract any software out of it.
You can only recover your machine with it, and nothing more.
So we reach now the point where I give you the link (again) to find the graphics driver you need:
http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/download_drivers_bios.jsp
So please (again) check the site, choose your model and download your drivers.
And please: dont post the same question twice or more. Its enough when you post one topic and just edit the topic to add more questions/content.
This keeps the questions clearly and everyhting overviewable...
Greetings

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