Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
When my laptop start's it comes up with a msg saying that " toshiba flash cards not working " and i hav no idea wot it means. if any one could help me it would b great . Every time I turn my laptop on it says my flash card is not working. Is this something to worry about and how can I fix it. It's annoying. Any help will be appreciated.
It means what it says. There have been mentioned problems of this. You can disable the flash cards (>Start Menu-->All >Programs-->Toshiba-->Utilities-->Settings for >Flash Cards-->Disable Flash Cards) but you then apparently lose the function keys (therefor cannot change the brightness.) First off though you should perhaps state the model of your laptop. If it is the Toshiba A10/700 then I believe there is a Value Added Pack for download on the Toshiba's Canadian website - but has problems. I have also heard of programs causing such problems, such as Photoshop CS2. Is this message appearing after hibernate? If so what programs do you leave running?
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