First thing, turn off the Toshiba Hard Drive protection utility and service. This helps quite a bit. Make sure you install and run Intel's SSD Toolbox: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18455&lang=eng&wapkw=(ssd+toolbox) Then check to see what chipset you have. It will be noted in the PDF manual for your laptop on Toshiba's website. Then read my post here: http://communities.intel.com/message/145744#145744 ---- and lastly please join me in doing what you can to wake up Intel and Microsoft about this issue. You can verify you have the issue by benchmarking your SSD in SafeMode using Crystal Disk Mark or AS SSD etc.
There are other tips and tweaks around the web (just search on optimizing SSDs) but if you are like me you will discover they don't do much for performance due to the intelppm.sys driver issue and Intel turboboost technology. If anyone out there has answers to these issues I'm still looking.