I renamed it, restarted, check to see if it was in the sys 32 folder and it wasn't. Performed windows update which all I had was a fingerprint utility driver
update that made my fingerprint scanner stop working so I'm going to restore windows back before that. My printer still reports to be online wirelessly but I haven't actually checked it and the scanner part out yet. I'm in med school and have a test tomorrow so I won't try anything else til late tomorrow morning after this test is over.
On another note, I have directions on how to restore my computer to out of box state with vista 32-bit system (I have a factory CD) and I also have directions on how to perform a clean install of windows 7 64-bit (I have it on CD as well its not an "upgrade version"). I have used these directions each time which call for me to uninstall certain software before upgrading and to use Toshiba Software Assistant to get the rest of what I need. Each time though I end up with the same problems, my webcam never works and when my monitor gets in a certain spot it triggers the USB connection and my computer tries to download a driver but it ever does (You can hear the sound like you're unplugging and plugging back in a flash drive periodically until you move the monitor out of that position). My monitor never has any trouble though so I'm unsure about the cause of that. I feel like there is something I'm leaving out each time that I should be doing. All this is to say, do you have "correct" directions on what I should do if I want to just go back to the out of box state and then upgrade to windows 7 (I plan to not install my printer driver) and have my webcam and monitor problem corrected. I assume its in the driver for my webcam but I downloaded the latest version from Toshiba and it didn't fix it. So I can only assume I've screwed something up along the way with formatting my hard drive and reinstalling vista and 7 so much.
Also, I assume I should be using the clean install directions. If not please let me know what to use. I have also attached the directions I have been using.