Installation question on Satellite M30 PSM30E USB mass storage device

Hi people,

I get an error message when I try to install new hardware on my laptop. Windows XP is trying to find the drivers and then comes up with the following error after a few minutes. The software starts to install but then comes with the following text:

"There was a problem installing this device:"

USB mass storage device
An error occurred during the installation of the device
These data are incorrect

What happened with a USB card reader and my mobile. Once I have the error box I get a message saying that the device will not work properly?

Anyone has any ideas at all?

See you soon


What series of notebook or laptop model do you have?
Could you please put the whole number? It would be very useful for further study.

All the installation driver Toshiba must be made in the right order.
In most cases, you would find a txt file of installation instruction on the Toshiba driver page.
You must follow these instructions to ensure that all drivers would be executed correctly.


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