You maybe right, well, my laptop is Toshiba too...
Another thing they might have forgot to mention is to check the recovery partition usually a (D) drive and your Cd/Dvd rom drive would be (E) Look for Ati chipset folder in the partition. 2) Step goto toshiba sattellites website to see about drivers and download whatever they have thats most current and not beta to get the laptop working right away! 3) If drivers look around 4-5 months old try and check out AMD's Website for Drivers or if you are cautious you can email toshiba tech support to see if they still upgrade drivers for this laptop and if AMD drivers for this laptop is compatible kinda of like the way an administrator checks out a system before he rolls-out a patch but simpler! Feel Free to vote me best answer