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Good morning,
I have downloaded the " A100BtoothXP.exe" file from the "Download Centre" many times on 3 different computers.
The original zip file is clearly corrupted. Where else can I get a copy please.

To check this out I have downloaded other files which are OK.

Many thanks
Robin Cullen

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  • rcull999 Feb 22, 2008

    Thaks.
    File is http://203.56.127.6/driver_download/Publ..." target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >A100BtoothXP.exe
    as specified above. This is the current bluetooth stack for Portege A100.

  • rcull999 Feb 22, 2008

    Hi Map9966,
    I really appreciate you putting your time to this issue. I went to that link, and found it was the same page and file I had been downloading from before. I thought great, maybe its fixed - tried again and got the same message "Zip file is truncated, damaged, or has been changed since it was created. If you downloaded this file, try downloading again"

    I have downloaded at least 10 copies - all failed. Never have failure with other downloads.

  • rcull999 Feb 23, 2008

    Thanks again.

    You said "It's only 800kb file name A100160110.exe"

    Sorry if I am just showing my ignorance but previously you said "Started the file A100BtoothXP.exe" - this was the file I thought I needed and it is 9.79 Mb.
    My email is rcullen@netserv.net.au - please tell me what to do with your file if it will not be obvious.

  • Shaun Charles
    Shaun Charles May 11, 2010

    What exactly is the file your downloading? Please discribe.

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Simply the file from this host is corrupted, but you resolve the problem with file recovery zip

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I tried the site you listed & it said Session Closed. Did another search with another search engine & got a hit.
http://www.isd.toshiba.com.au/71/live.dll/topic/content/driver_search_list.jsp?theAction=true&CATOID=-15058&MODE=NPRO&ProductMenu_0=Notebooks&ProductMenu_1=Portege&ProductMenu_2=347755&x=9&y=8
Started the file A100BtoothXP.exe & it uncompressed to a floppy disk I put in my drive. Listed are the names of the files.
BIO0001J.COM 224kb 12/10/2003
CHGBIOSA.EXE 31kb 6/25/2003
CHGFIRMA.EXE 18kb 5/9/2003
EC81NOBB.BIN 128kb 5/27/2003
You might want to try the above link. The only thing I didn't is the flash program.
give it a try rcull999!

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  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Feb 22, 2008

    That's odd. I downloaded it twice more off that link above.

    If you give me a valid email address I'll email it too you.

    Problem solved! Ok?

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Feb 22, 2008

    It's only 800kb file name A100160110.exe

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Feb 28, 2008

    Download M100BtoothW98.exe It's the same size & when unzipped it also includes win2k. This should still work for you.

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