Question about Toshiba e750 Pocket PC
I have lost built-in flash ROM disk on my Toshiba e750. Some time ago I received messages flash rom disk corrupt, do you want to reset or initalisize all your data on flash rom will be lost Yes or No(don't remember exactly the messages). I answered No and since then I don't have built-in flash rom disk. I have made several hard resets, but nothing helps.
Posted by Anonymous on
In my opinion you should try to reinstall the image. Check please Toshiba download site. Other way contact please service partner in your country.
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If you are attempting to install
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