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Flash Cards when I power up the laptop it takes a while for everything to load and make it to the hoe screen.... Next thing I see the Toshiba flash card error message on the screen....It 's at the top of the screen; sometimes I'v e got to log off because it wont allow me to go any further... Still under warranty; haven't been able to get it repaired yet; any suggestions?

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Dear Sear
First of all i aprechiat your willing to offer me a solution for the problem (flash cards are not responding).My laptop has thise model; Toshiba Satellite A200 - 1 GB - intel(R)Core(TM)2 CPU T5300 @ 1,7 MHz.
I solved the problem just with shuting down the mashin, that's all.
I thank you indeed for you respond and i'm looking forwards.
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Flash Cards

if its under warranty then you need not worry, you should contact the service centre, but before going there make all backup of your important documents..........


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