Any clues to what might have happened...
The audio drivers look fine..and the device is also installed correctly....
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Then the motherboard chipset driver still is not installed.
Did you download the driver and if so did you download it to your desktop?
Is it a exe file or some other type file?
Try right clicking on the mass storage device and then click on update driver. When asked where to look for driver point it to the driver on your desktop or where ever you downloaded it to.
Does that resolve the issue?
If not uninstall the mass storage entry and then let windows try to install it again and when asked where to look for the driver point it toward the driver you downloaded.
Edited by rshaffer61, 03 June 2010 - 01:35 PM.
Edited by 123Runner, 03 June 2010 - 01:46 PM.
You also have a unknown device showing in device manager which could be related to sound.
That is why we are trying to get the chipset driver installed.
The previous link I gave has win 7 drivers http://driver-toshib...ers_09.html[/b]
EDIT: added link
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