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ACPI\TOS620A Unknown Device driver download [solved]

Question. from Laptop Lover: Hello, I have a Toshiba Tecra R10 laptop and I recently installed Windows 7. Almost everything is good, however, after running Windows update I still have ONE unknown device in device manager. It is called ACPI/TOS620A and I do not know what it is or how to get it working. The only other info I have listed is 2&daba3ff&0.  Where can I find the correct driver? Answer. That is the hard drive shock protection feature of your

Dell laptop keyboard backlight control & timer [solved – ControlPoint download]

Q. I recently did a clean install of Windows 7 on my Dell laptop. I love the fresh and clean feel, but I can’t find where to adjust the duration on my keyboard backlight. Can you help?! A. Sure! Backlit keyboards are one of  my favorite options on Dell laptops. My previous Dell M4400 had a nice one and now my Dell M6500 (pictured has one too). I will hardly purchase a laptop unless it has a backlit keyboard, they

ACPI TOS6205 drivers for Windows [SOLVED]

Q. from Laptop Nut: Hello, I have a new laptop and that I did a clean install of Windows 7 on. I still have ONE unknown device called ACPI/TOS6205 do you know what driver I can download to fix it? A. That device is the bluetooth adapter for your laptop. You can download the correct driver here: (alternative dl [select your model]), ([download id=”1″ format=”1″]) Since you’re running 64 bit Windows 7, you’ll want the driver download version: 7.10.16  Windows XP x64 / Windows