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Dell driver on a Toshiba lappy?


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I'm no techy on drivers but it just doesn't seem right to have a Dell driver on a Toshiba lappy.
I was trying to export some pics from a chip to a portable hard drive last night and was in a big hurry to do this. I noticed when I got done that there were some files that I "thought" I had deleted from the lappy a while back on the desk. I realized this morning that it may have been saved to the portable when I was transferring things back then.I was checking the "Download folder that popped up on the desk as well, to make sure I already had before deleting it off the desk. That's when I noticed the R64645 Driver. I wasn't sure what it was until I Googled it and found it to be a "Dell" driver. Is this possible that Toshiba has Dell parts?If not how could I have possibly gotten this on here? And NO, I Don't Do Dell.

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Edit: I just remembered that last year I was trying to help a friend with her Dell desktop.Could it have been something back then I downloaded for her pc? It was "created" ‎Saturday, ‎April ‎04, ‎2009, ‏‎5:03:13 PM,"Modified" ‎ ‎Saturday, ‎April ‎04, ‎2009, ‏‎5:03:38 PM and "accessed" ‎Saturday, ‎April ‎04, ‎2009, ‏‎5:02:19 PM if that helps.

Edited by bigtrucks, 13 February 2010 - 10:35 AM.

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It's unclear what is your actual issue.
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Is this possible that Toshiba has Dell parts? The issue is can I delete this as it is a Dell driver and I have a Toshiba?
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Where is that particular file located.
I don't think, Toshiba has Dell's parts, but surely computers from different companies have same parts here and there.
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in a download folder. I clicked on it and it wanted to run(which I did not)Would a screen shot help?

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You can delete anything you want from download folder.
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Thanks Broni. It's done.

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