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This can mean only one of two possible things. Either the [Tab] key on your computer is stuck, or your system needs to be serviced
First, turn the computer off. If the cause is a stuck [Tab] key, you may be able to un-stick it by tapping the [Tab] key several times. Turn the computer back on. If you don't see the error, congratulations, you fixed a stuck [Tab] key. If you do see the error message, you should contact a Toshiba Authorized Service Provider and have the system serviced
Posted on May 05, 2008
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