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mrdoldan
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P75-A7200

Not a computer, it's a fancy tablet. 

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mrdoldan
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Re: P75-A7200

What has Toshiba done? They became Microsoft's B_tch. The P75-A7200 isn't a PC in the traditional sense. The BIOS, firmware, drivers, and general architecture of the P75-A7200 keeps you locked in to Microsft Windows 8. If you want to convert to Windows 7 like most of the world good luck, the drivers will be limited, and Toshiba will not support anything other than the original hardware and operating system. What may suprise you is that the system recovery is not even compatible with SSHD drives, don't swap the drive and expect the recovery utility to work.  The firmware, SATA III bios settings and availability of drivers is pathetic. This isn't a laptop computer it is a glorified tablet locking you into a narrow field of operating system choices and driver limitations.