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Went travelling to south America. Used my yahoo for peru, bolivia no problem. When i arrived in Argentina, my password and email address were not expected. Could not use in Brazil or back here in Ireland . Can somebody help??? Have been unable to use account for 5 weeks now. Need to check my account. monicameaney79@yahoo.co.uk

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Spanish Speaking Countries (official)

NOTE: Spanish is spoken in many countries, but it is an official language in the following countries.

1. Argentina
2. Bolivia
3. Chile
4. Colombia
5. Costa Rica
6. Cuba
7. Dominican Republic
8. Ecuador
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Doe,s anyone have a phone number for toshiba,


Technical Support in the United States

  • Computers: (800) 457-7777 (toll-free) or (949) 859-4273
  • Televisions & other consumer electronics: (800) 631-3811 (toll-free)
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Toll-free Technical Support in Latin America

  • Argentina: 0-800-666-3701
  • Bolivia: 800-100-684
  • Chile: 800-64-6526
  • Colombia: 01-800-912-0539
  • Costa Rica: 0-800-011-1123
  • Dominican Republic: 1-888-862-3225
  • Ecuador: 949-587-6834
  • El Salvador: 800-6601
  • Guatemala: 949-587-6835
  • Honduras: 949-587-6836
  • Panama: 00-8000-44-7813
  • Paraguay: 009-800-441-0059
  • Peru: 0-800-5-3817
  • Uruguay: 000-411-002-2297
  • Venezuela: 0-800-100-8819
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Toll-free Technical Support in the United States
  • Computers: (800) 457-7777
  • Projectors: (877) 523-8324
Toll-free Technical Support in Latin America
  • Argentina: 0-800-666-3701
  • Bolivia: 800100684
  • Chile: 800-64-6526
  • Colombia: 01-800-912-0539
  • Costa Rica: 0-800-011-1123
  • Dominican Republic: 1-888-862-3225
  • El Salvador: 800-6601
  • Panama: 008000447813
  • Peru: 0-800-5-3817
  • Uruguay: 000-411-002-2297
  • Venezuela: 0-800-100-8819
Also available is the Laptop Computing Forum on CompuServe. Though you will be required to set up a screen name, this service is free, and offers peer-based assistance with your Toshiba or other portable PC. The Laptop Computing Forum is operated by WUGNET, a company not affiliated with Toshiba.
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