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ACPI TOS6205 drivers for Windows 7 [solved]

Q. Hello JD H, I have an issue, I installed win 7 (32 bit) on my Toshiba Satellite P300 and there is this unknown device (ACPI\TOS6205) I cannot find the right driver! Please can you assist me to get the driver? Abdul M. A. Here is the download link for the bluetooth driver that should fix your ACPI TOS6205 Unknown Device issue: , Toshiba dl link UPDATE from Abdul M. That was the right driver and I thank you for fixing my Toshiba Satellite problem. 🙂

Yoga 13 slot-in case review

If you are looking for a case to protect your Yoga 13 when in tablet mode, here is the official Lenovo ‘Slot In’ case: Lenovo 13-Inch Slot-In Case for Lenovo Yoga Laptops (0C48344) you put the laptop all the way in, it hides the hole for the charging power usb. otherwise it is great. nice soft material. […] Yoga fits nicely in the case; not very snug when using as a tablet but protects the keys well and looks sharp. I

Cyber Monday 2012 deals roundup

Here are some of the top shopping sites along with their cyber-monday deals URL all in a convenient list 🙂 Cyber Monday Sale (started 11/24, Sunday) Best Buy: Cyber Monday Sale Dell: Cyber Monday Laptop, Computer, and Electronic Deals Cyber Week Sale Cyber Monday 2012 Deals & Sales – (midnight PST) Cyber Monday 2012 : Online Deals – Electronics, Tablets, Phones, Office Supplies & Video Games Microsoft Store Online (sales currently active) [to be updated with more, stay

MS beats apple to the punch with a ARM powered (full) OS

With all the rumors of Apple switching to an ARM based architecture for Mac OSX, it is funny that Microsoft already beat them to it with Windows RT. Windows RT of course is basically Windows 8 for ARM devices. Perhaps with a ARM based Mac OSX Apple would choose to emulate x86 for older apps/programs, something MS declined to do. But still, it is impressive that Windows RT has virtually all of Windows 8’s functionality (sans legacy software compatibility) whereas

sdfv2000.exe SD Card Format download

Recently I was trying to recover a 32GB microsdhc card that had two partitions, one of which was inaccessible. One of the best tips I found was to try the sdfv2000.exe formatting program as it seems to be much more capable than the internal Windows formatting tools. However, I had a heck of a time finding the sdfv2000.exe program anywhere. Thankfully I finally found it and here is permanent mirror where you can download it too: dl Best regards, -JD Rating 4/5

IPCop ‘boot error’ occurs after successful installation

Summary of article: If you mount the IPCop (or smoothwall) ISO via IPMI and then install, you are likely to get a boot error once you reboot and the ISO is unmounted. A workaround is to install via an actual DVD drive* (USB, SATA or IDE should all work) *you can remove the drive after install. All the gory details: This weekend I was at the datacenter for work. Part of my task was to setup a new firewall using

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