|If the wizard gets you to restore to factory settings you will have whatever version of Windows originally came on the laptop along with any additional software that was originally bundled with the laptop. Things like Microsoft Works for instance, which is commonly included.|
I thought you just re-installed Windows. What is there to lose then?
If you have personal files already on the laptop you would need to back them up first to some external media.
If you want to try and figure out which Toshiba model you have then I can start you in the right direction but I am not going to spend the hours it will take.
The Compusys site has a link to Toshiba for all laptop related issues. That is why I assume the laptop is a Toshiba.
I also assume it is just a re-badged model that was already in production. Compusys probably isn't big enough to customize a model. These are all assumptions and might be wrong.
One thing is probably isn't wrong is that IF there is a restore partition it most assuredly will be the correct drivers. Once that is done you may be able to better determine the Toshiba model, or at the very least determine for sure all the hardware so drivers can be archived for future use.
In addition, if you have a full retail version of WinXP it has worth. You can install it on a different computer or even sell it. If the OEM version of WinXP for the laptop is accessable, why not use IT.