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Old 6th January 2005, 06:26 PM
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Exclamation 4 Toshiba Owner-troublesolver Readme!

Hi to everybody!
If you have a TOSHIBA LAPTOP (Like mine) and:

- You have problems like freezing the laptop during the start-up (Like I had)
- If the System HANGS trying to activate PCMCIA card manager (Like me)
- If You cannot enable the ACPI=on at kernel options and not have all the pretty features that ACPI lets you toggle
-If You have spent sleepless night to tune up your laptop trying to solve this amount of problems


scroll down to the PCMCIA window

and JUST Disable the PCMCIA : AUTO
turning it to PCMCIA: CARD-16bit or the other choice you have (PIC-CARD)

Magically you will see all your problems wanishing away and a smile will light your face+heart.

I hope this will help someone else except me (think there are plenty of...) out there that hopeless where going to trash the laptop out of the window...
I've solved all my problems!!!!

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