|28 Mar 2012||#12|
I would recommend Troubleshoot Application Conflicts by Performing a Clean Startup and only removing Toshiba based startup items and services items.
It appears that the Toshiba Utility Support Driver is tied to a number of Toshiba items. "TOSHIBA Flash Cards Support", "TOSHIBA HW setup", and "TOSHIBA Supervisor Password" Utilities all are included.
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