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How to fix Toshiba Flash Cards (not responding)

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  • tmacgregor Oct 01, 2010

    What a unique and insightful recommendation. DUH!! I am a computer novice, but even I knew to go to Toshiba's website. Had been there, done that. Not helpful. You were less than helpful. $9 ripoff.



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Flash cards sit at the top of your monitor and add access to function keys
( F1-12) and other functions such as brightness, standby, and some are

Go to Toshiba and download and install ALL the new drivers,
BIOS, and utilities...

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Good day there. I can help you with your concern.
Please follow the steps below.
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I solved the problem just with shuting down the mashin, that's all.
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