Have you checked with Toshiba to see if the 7260 has been tested to work in your laptop?
If the 7260 wireless adapter is supported on your system, are there any requirements from Toshiba, like a BIOS update or some settings to configure to enable the adapter?
Have you also installed Bluetooth software & drivers or just the wireless (Wi-Fi) software & drivers? If not, I'd suggest going to Toshiba's support/downloads site and getting the latest Bluetooth drivers and installing the Bluetooth drivers. If you can't find any Bluetooth drivers on Toshiba's support site, you might try one of these generic versions on our download center site: 1st try: BT_17.0.1401.03_e164.exe or 2nd try: BT_17.0.1405.02_e164.exe. Try your OEMs software & drivers first.
This morning had the card work on the laptop when it was running ubuntu. The issue is the windows driver, will not work with win8 or 8.1. Up to date on all the bios, windows updates, etc...
Toshiba forums have no useful information. Seen no posts anywhere regarding anyone else trying it on this laptop model.
For the software tried all the software with and without bluetooth available that toshiba offers on their site, as well as this site.
Have tried playing around with various driver settings and bios ones, nothing works. Any ideas?
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Did you confirm with Toshiba that the 7260ac adapter will even work with your laptops? The problem may involve more than just a Windows driver install or update. Did your laptops ever have a code 10 error with the 6235 adapter running a Windows OS?
The 7260ac works under ubuntu running on the same laptop. So the hardware side is fine, the laptop can find and use the wifi card. The 6235 cards did not have any error codes or any issues, swapped out the original card with the 6235, and used the drivers from this site, wifi worked.
Ended up returning the 7260s and swapping them for bcm4352 cards. AC up and running.