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Old 06-27-2010, 04:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Windos 7 toshiba help

Okay im really starting to get annoyed with this computer of mine. It's a windows 7 toshiba laptop. every time i start it up, after about oh say 7-10 minutes, a little window pops up saying " toshiba service station has stopped working" it asks me to close it out. First of all i have no idea what this is and second, its annoying me because it happens everytime my laptop starts up. we went to geek squad a while after i got it and when they started up my computor it never appeared. Would anyone happen to know what i can do to stop it from happening?
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Old 06-27-2010, 09:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try searching for that or something similar and load it up(not sure where the search feature is on Windows 7 though). If it has an option to disable notifications do it. Since you don't know what it is or if you need it I don't suggest just deleting it.
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Old 06-27-2010, 11:14 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Since you don't know what it is or if you need it I don't suggest just deleting it.
I did that with something called "Symantec Services Framework", word of advice, don't delete anything you don't know. It turns out Norton needs this and I unknowingly went without an antivirus for over a month. Got some virus called Trojan.Nebuler, I didn't know about it until I deleted Norton and reinstalled it with the part. Norton killed the virus and all is well.

Just don't do anything about it, except disable notifications for it.
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Re: Windos 7 toshiba help

It is supposed to tell you when there is a new updated driver from Toshiba.
You should be able to go to Control Panel > Programs and Features. And remove it.
Also you should be able to email/call Toshiba and get free support for it. If you have Windows 7 you should still be under warranty.
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Try searching for that or something similar and load it up(not sure where the search feature is on Windows 7 though). If it has an option to disable notifications do it. Since you don't know what it is or if you need it I don't suggest just deleting it.
i did what kong said to find it, i cant load it up from there it gives me the same "stopped working" message i dont think i can get rid of the message.
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It is supposed to tell you when there is a new updated driver from Toshiba.
You should be able to go to Control Panel > Programs and Features. And remove it.
Also you should be able to email/call Toshiba and get free support for it. If you have Windows 7 you should still be under warranty.
i suppose i could try to e-mail, seems like the best idea. Cant believe i didnt think of even trying that...
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