Oh it's a laptop. That'll be fun to replace, make enquiries as to the availability of external floppy disk drives if you need the floppy. It'll be cheaper.
Anyway the general way to get a Toshiba to get into BIOS is to boot it up then hold down a key during POST until it complains about a stuck key (the one you're holding). There's then usually an option to press F1 or another key to enter Setup.
Toshbia BIOSes change like the wind with every revision of every laptop putting new things and new options in every different place. Plus they're totally non-standard and look nothing like you'd see on a desktop machine.
Edited by Neil Jones, 01 November 2005 - 06:10 PM.