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Thread: Satellite A210-1AO - TOSHIBA Flash Cards softw: app crashes on startup

  1. Satellite A210-1AO - TOSHIBA Flash Cards softw: app crashes on startup
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    "TOSHIBA Flash Cards" software/drivers, bundled with Satellite A210-1AO, crashes often, usually on system startup.
    And sometimes after it loads correctly on startup, it stops working in random way with app crash.

    Currently I have a dump of such crash, link.

  2. Re: Satellite A210-1AO - TOSHIBA Flash Cards softw: app crashes on startup
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    Try please to reinstall toshiba value added package.
    You can find it on toshiba download page - http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp

  3. Re: Satellite A210-1AO - TOSHIBA Flash Cards softw: app crashes on startup
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    I downloaded the dirvers from my notebook driver download page:
    1) 07/05/08 Flash Media Driver Toshiba Windows Vista 32 Bit 1.51.0.3.C World Wide
    2) 07/05/08 Flash Media Driver Texas Instruments Windows Vista 32 Bit 2.0.0.7 World Wide
    My current driver\app is (from Add & Remove Programs) is "Toshiba Flash Cards Support Utility" v. 1.51.03.C.
    I'll try to reinstall v.1.51.0.3.C.
    Maybe I also have to install the version from Texas Instruments?

    *Update*. It seems that it is not Flash Media Driver, but a separate Flash Cards Support Utility.
    On EU page, FSCU 1.49.0.2C available for Satellite A series & Windows Vista 32 bit.
    On RU & CIS support page, FSCU 1.48.0.3C and 1.51.0.3C availabla for my model, but only for Windows Vista 64 bit.

    Message was edited by: DrShark

  4. Re: Satellite A210-1AO - TOSHIBA Flash Cards softw: app crashes on startup
    #4
    >It seems that it is not Flash Media Driver, but a separate Flash Cards Support Utility.

    Flash Media driver controls the Card Reader. Donít mix this with Flash Card Support Utility.
    By the way: Iíve got A210 too and I installed the VAP and Flash Card Support Utility which is released for Satellite L500 seriesÖ both tools work on my A210

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