I have a Toshiba Portege M205 tablet. The hard drive died, so I picked up another one and stuck it in there, with the intent to reinstall Windows XP Tablet. However, this particular computer did not come with an optical drive in it. Instead, it has a USB CDRW/DVD drive. There are only one or two models of Toshiba USB CD drives that are bootable, and the M205 doesn't boot from USB.
Needless to say, my Toshiba CD drive died and I can't boot from it.
One other option I have is to boot from SD card. I would like to boot into an environment that has USB drivers so I can attach another USB CD drive and install Windows on my tablet. I've tried using WinToFlash, but I couldn't get it to work for SD cards.
Anyone know how to make a bootable SD card that has USB drivers?
I'd like to add that the M205 can only recognize up to approx 32 or 64 MB SD cards, so I can't put the install media on the SD card.