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If you are using WinXP or later, you shouldn't need sd card drivers. Try installing the latest software for your media reader from http://cdgenp01.csd.toshiba.com/content/support/downloads/sm50flashx.exe
You could try flashing the bios, but your wiggle room is limited. You may or may not see effects on the password. I would try the default 0000, or 00000. If that fails, i would look into flashing. It is hard, and risky, but it may be your only way out. Unfortunatly i would be liable if i told you how, so i would look up a blog about it.
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If you saved the old bios info on a floppy before you flashed your bios with the new bios info, you can reflash and restore your bios back to the original. However if you didn't save the info which is usually saved as a .bin file you still have a chance to re flash back to original settings. Use a friends computer with a floppy drive and download your original bios program from the toshiba web site or any other site which has bios flash programs/utility file to the floppy and reflash. If you laptop doesn't have a built in floppy you can use aexternal one that connects to the rs232 parallel printer connector. Thats if your laptop has one of these now becoming an obsolete port on most if not all laptops. As this port is being replaced by the USB port.