Well I think I might have figured it out. I guess older Toshiba laptops need the sata driver loaded before the Windows install takes place. The question is how does one do that? USB and cd-rom isn't supported by the BIOS so you need to use a different method. So how do you pre-load drivers before a Windows install on a MB that won't recognize usb or cd-roms? I'll tell you how, you need one of these antiquated pieces of shit.
I know what you're thinking. Hey that's a usb supported device why cant you just plug in a usb stick and load the sata driver before the Windows install? Honestly I have no answer to that question and neither does the net. The only answer I have found is "Fuck Toshiba and their bullshit excuses for piss poor support".
If this works or if it doesn't I will keep updating this thread because information about this is very hard to come by.