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My Toshiba wont scroll, it happened suddenly and no matter what kind of page i get it on it wont scroll.

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Look in control panel / mouse
You could also try a system restore

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Thanks for sharing your problem.  I own a Gigabeat 60 GB and have similar issues. From day 1, this player has been nothing but frustration for me and Toshiba hass been less than helpful.

Yes, it looks cool and it's not an Ipod like everyone else has, but you pay a high price for this buggy player.

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