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Thread: Need mass storage controller for Equium A110-147

  1. Need mass storage controller for Equium A110-147
    #1
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    Hello. I have an Equium A110-147 running windows7 ultimate with 2g of ram and a 500 g hard drive.

    In other devices in device manager I am informed that my mass storage controller drivers are not installed. When I try to update the drivers I am told the drivers cannot be found on my computer or on the web.

    I would apreciate some help on this if possible please.

  2. Re: Need mass storage controller for Equium A110-147
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    Hey,

    If you don’t post the vendor and device ID it’s hard to say what driver you need…

    Theoretically “Mass Storage Controller” could be related to internal card reader module. You can download it on official Toshiba website:
    http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com

    But I think you must search for Vista drivers because Equium A110 doesn’t support Windows 7, only Vista.
    And you must search in *Archive* on driver download page because it’s an older model. ;)

  3. Re: Need mass storage controller for Equium A110-147
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    Hmm… mass storage controller driver might be an SD card driver…
    But as mentioned above; check the Vendor and Device ID of this device and you will be able to find the driver.

    Check this useful document:
    +How to identify an unknown device+
    http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/ann.jspa?annID=78

    This helps you to find drivers also for unknown devices.

  4. Re: Need mass storage controller for Equium A110-147
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    Thanks very much to both of you and your correct answers. A vista driver did the trick and enabled me to run some software that was in dire need of it. Thanks again. P.

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