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Hi there specialistel Thanks so much for coming back to me. I have run the BIOS update from Toshiba support site, and reset disconnecting AC, although no change, USB, whilst recognising the said devices, still shows yellow exclamations with Code 1 error ? Are you able to offer any further suggestions ?

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It would be worth phoning the technical hotline shown on the uk web site as they are very good with this sort of error.
Hope you get it sorted out but I had a Samsung laptop and the only cure was to reformat the drive, after saving all my data. When I reinstalled the system all was fine until I installed Microsoft Office Update, the CD ROM stopped working. I use OpenOffice now with no problems at all.
Regards.

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

  • Tommy Ludford Dec 30, 2010

    thanks very much for taking your time, I was trying everything before resigning to a reformat, as I have many work apps and particular configurations.

    thanks again and a very Happy New Year.

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