Re: Toshiba and 9629 (yeah I know, please bear with me)
Finally i have resolved this problem using a custom EDID.
I have booted the notebook in Windows XP and imported the EDID from the windows registry using Phoenix EDID editor, a simple freeware application you can download from internet. Then i have exported the EDID in raw format using Phoenix and added the following lines in xorg.conf:
Option "UseDisplayDevice" "DFP-0"
Option "CustomEDID" "DFP-0:/etc/X11/tos5082.raw"
where "/etc/X11/tos5082.raw" is the path to the file with the exported EDID and finally it works...
Wish it helps!