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I was given a Toshiba mini lap with no operating system. How or can I install an operating system on it so I can install WIN 7. It will not let me get to a point to begin installing Windows. It is a Toshiba NB255-N250. The Part No. for the computer is PLL2PU-00901L.
 
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It will not let me get to a point to begin installing Windows.
You should be able to install Windows, just boot the DVD/USB stick . At what point are you stuck ?
 

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I was given a Toshiba mini lap with no operating system. How or can I install an operating system on it so I can install WIN 7. It will not let me get to a point to begin installing Windows. It is a Toshiba NB255-N250. The Part No. for the computer is PLL2PU-00901L.
You appear to have a Toshiba Mini Notebook NB255-N250 (PLL2PU-00901L) which originally came with Windows 7 Starter 32-bit.

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There should be a Certificate-Of-Authenticity sticker on it which has the Windows operating system it came with and the 25-character product key for activating it.

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How exactly are you trying to install Windows 7 in it?

What's the Windows 7 version(Starter, Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate) and bit number(32, 64) you have?

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