Qosmio G50 - files inaccessible fingerprints after Windows 7 upgrade
Hello. I use a laptop Qosmio G50-115. #
My problem is that files that I protected with the PC utility in windows vista are now inaccessible due to the upgrade windows 7 original. Files now I have are with. VitaKeyAC3000 extension and I couldn't find a way to restore one of them, and they are inaccessible. They were the files within the original configuration of vista and I kept the in an external drive.
I'd appreciate the help.
Can you launch utility to fingerprint and register new fingerprints?
I have a Qosmio G50 with Vista Ultimate installed & I have 2 disks to upgrade to Windows 7.
Is there a way to use this 2nd partition cloned as the basis for the upgrade to Windows 7 & clone (with Vista) C: on another partition? In this way there would still be Vista to use for programs / drivers that are incompatible with Windows 7 & there will be a dual boot with Windows 7 option.
Someone has it worked?
Any help appreciated
Hmm I don't think that this works since you would need a license for the two OS simultaneously. Win7 upgrade license replaces the Vista license
I have a Qosmio G50 that I've upgraded to Windows 7 64 bit. My BIOS is unupdated for 6 months when I bought the machine.
I went to update the BIOS, just to keep things updated, so I went through the pilot Online Assistant:
And all information entered above, it provides:
After having unpacked and P0060v210.exe running, he extracted, and then said:
"The [error] BIOS update is not taken in charge of operating system. No support for operating system or service pack is installed. "(Word to all my friends of Googling!).
Toshiba has an update of the BIOS for the Qosmio G50 is supported on Windows 7? Specifically for the 64-bit? They need to fix this glitch which orders to download this file when it is not clearly supported by Windows 7.
Also, I tried to run it in compatibility mode with Windows XP SP2 and it worked fine - but I was nervous about going through the update if it didn't initially support Windows 7, so I do not continue to the next prompt. Is it safe to do? Has anyone else in this situation he does without problems? I read the BIOS updates can go horribly wrong, if not careful, so I hesitate to update the BIOS by performing the update in compatibility mode when it doesn't support Windows 7 on its own!
Thanks in advance for any help and Merry Christmas.
I agree with bljuzga_1.
Because the BIOS is independent, it shouldn't be a problem with the update using Win 7 OS.
The error must be linked to your installed Win 7 OS and not the BIOS bug.
It would also be possible that your value added package for Win 7 is not installed correctly.
This package contains the TOSHIBA components common driver which is an essential component of the Windows operating system. He will have to make the other original programming TOSHIBA works correctly.
Toshiba Qosmio G50-12 q - whit windows vista Ultimate 32 bit
I could install windows 7 in replace of windows vista ultimate, unless they prove details incompatibility with device or another drive?
The Toshiba site is written that the Qosmio g50 with windows vista Ultimate edition is compatible with the installation of windows 7, but a virtual test carried out on the microsoft site to verify compatibility or less has proved to a large number of incompatibility regarding the audio player to feel that they are unable to work once installed windows 7 etc.
I m a bit confused about your ad, but it turns out that the Qosmio G50 supports Windows 7 because all the drivers and tools can be downloaded from the official website of Toshiba:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com > support & downloads > download drivers
Check this box!
I have this laptop:
Qosmio G50 series PQG55E
But I can't find the download for Windows 7 area. There is a place where? For other series, I found an article but does not match my model. You know where it can be?
You won't find Win7 drivers for all models again. But you can use most of Vista drivers in Win7.
However the Toshiba site has some beta drivers, you can try.
I upgraded my Toshiba Qosmio F30-112 from XP to Windows 7, everything is ok. The only problem is with the buttons its does not work none of them (play, record, stop, pause, BRIGHTNESS-, BRIGHTNESS +, dolby, etc.)
I installed the value added for windows vista, nothing changed still having the same problem.
There's a PPV for Win 7!
Of course, you have to look at other portable series which were the VAP for Win 7 has been released.
Usually does not VAP for Win 7 depend on portable model so I think you could install VAP for Win 7 released for other series.
I get really angry with Toshiba and Windows 7 upgrade option.
I'm really excited about the upgrade of my Qosmio F50 - 126 to Windows 7 from Vista Home Premium.
But after doing a little research on issues related to the upgrade, I burst into anger.
I went to this link [http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB9902P50000R01.htm] to check if my phone is supported, but because I paid a lot of money for it I have it MUST have.
But guess what... IT IS NOT!
In addition to this... It says on the website that the notbook not mentioned will get "limited support"!
WHAT? my 1999 MACHINE VA GET LIMIT dollar taken in CHARGE for WINDOWS SEVEN!
That I am, I guess to do... buy another Toshiba or sue to get the money and buy a new one?
Does that mean I can't run windows 7 will be of all drivers runnin? WHAT SHOULD I DOOO DARN?
Guess what? I have an older A210 home
I installed Win 7 on it and everything works fine!
As you can see it the A210 is not listed as a supported series Win7, but it should be a serious reason does not install a Win7 on it?
I didn t find official drivers on the driver Toshiba page but I could perceive my own hand, I used tools of free hardware diagnosis, which helped determine the installed devices
I took the time to learn all the drivers, but it wasn't a big problem
Thus, even your laptop is not listed in the page, you will be able to use Windows 7 and will be able to collect the necessary drivers
I have laptop M800-10V protected, which was under vista. I buy an upgrade to windows 7 for my m800.
first: how to reinstall the toshiba recovery tool creator to save it?
2nd: the toshiba recovery partition is stay hide, but I don't know how or where is luncher it this function?
The creator of recovery disk can only be used on the pre-installed operating system, in your case of Windows Vista. After upgrading to Windows 7, you can t more use it.
With other words disk recovery contains only Vista and you can create a new one with Windows 7. After using the recovery disk, you also have the Windows 7 upgrade disk.
I bought the software update Window 7 Ultimate. I followed the instructions on the box:
Click the Start button
In the search box, type Windows Anytime Upgrade
Click Windows Anytime Upgrade and clide enter an upgrade key.
Yet, there is no link that says enter an upgrade key. There is only a link to the site Web microsoft talks Windows 7.
I downloaded the Windows Upgrade Advisor. I did everyting that he told me to do. He checked that the computer was eligible for an upgrade (Toshiba Satellite running Vista). I tried again with the Windows Anytime Upgrade again. There is still no link to enter the upgrade key.
What should I do to get to the place to enter the upgrad key?
Please note that there are no Windows Anytime Upgrade (WAU) for Windows Vista to Windows 7. There is only Windows Upgrade (WU) in which you need to buy a Windows 7 disc and upgrade of the key. You can refer to the link below for more information about upgrading Windows Vista to Windows 7.
Man, I am hoping somone will be able to point me in the right direction...
Anyway, has received Windows 7 Upgrade disks in the mail and decided to install them today because I had little time. Chose to 'upgrade' to the previous version of Vista (don't hate me for not doing a custom installation, 'clean'), and everything seemed fine, until I realized that my Bluetooth is not working (or even found in Device Manager).
Run the separate drive Lenovo sent with the Win7 upgrade disk and made me worry more because the installation of driver told me that he could not find a Bluetooth device (which confirmed the same as Device Manager). Tried to download the drivers manually on the internet without success.
Someone at - it ideas? The only possible 'factor' would be that I usually leave the Bluetooth in Vista, and when I ran the upgrade, Bluetooth was off I would have thought that Win7 would have seen the device anyway (regardless of the situation).
Thanks to all in advance!
Really should try to do a Forum search next time (instead of just google)...
The answer to this was the Fn + F5 to ACTIVATE the Bluetooth module FIRST, before the system would see the in-camera. Once you actually turn, drivers can be installed according to normal... Thank GOD!
CONGRATULATIONS to all the pioneers who have actually found this in the first place. Hope this was able to help some lost soul who has the same problem a few hours (and installs / uninstalls useless).
After installing Windows 7 my 'FN' key doesn't work anymore. The big problem is the upgrade to Windows 7, I turned off my touchpad using "FN + F9". Now that my FN key work and I cannot turn my touchpad.
Is there a way to reverse without using the "fn"? And is there a way I can fix my FN key? Accessible from start > all programs > Toshiba > utilities > accessibility does not work. Is somehow connected? What can I do?
Feedback and assistance is greatly appreciated.
Here's a similar thread on the Qosmio F50 with Windows 7 issue where the don t FN keys work:
If you must install the package of added value and utility to Support Flash Cards, but you must choose a version that is available for Windows 7.
I don't know if this is the right place for this question. After the upgrade to Windows 7 from Windows Vista, I had a lot more on my computer that I did before. I did an inventory of what's on my computer and found copies of almost everything I had 2-3. Is my only recourse now go through all the files, folders and applications and delete the extras? It is a mammoth task since I have almost 1 million files (such as indidcated by my most recent scan). I did this or he was depending on the upgrade to Windows 7?
Leave me a comment aside: I've been using Windows since Windows 95, and whenever I go through an upgrade, need me 2 months to get my computer to where I could simply use it instead of having to fix it and fix it and fix it. Is this '' fun '' reserved for me alone, or others have the same experience?
Never read your problem of duplicates of files is also system files or simply your personal files?
If it's that much of a hassle tried to do a clean install?
There are many duplicate files in the Windows.old folder on your C: drive?
Usually, but not always, after I installed Windows 7, you'll have a Windows.old folder on your C: drive that contains data from the previous installation of Windows. Open Windows Explorer and under 'Computer' click the C: drive - if the Windows.old folder is on your hard drive, it will contain all of your files to the Windows system, and it can be removed if you do not need to free up space on your hard drive.
Make sure that you can see the Windows.old folder:
1. click on start, type: hidden
2. click on 'display the hidden files and folders '.
3. Click to select "show the hidden files and folders".
4 uncheck the following three points:
Hide empty drives
Hide extensions of known file types
Hide protected operating system files
5. click on OK
(Note: after you are done go back and double check "Hide protected operating system files.") If you want to change the other return parameters are.)
How can I remove the Windows.old folder?
If the Windows.old folder does not remove:
In Windows Explorer, you should see a folder called Windows.old on your C: drive. That contains all of your files from your previous installation. If you need all the files, you can copy them to another folder and then delete Windows.old. If you do not need anything in the folder, it is safe to delete.
Questions about installing Windows 7?
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions from Installation Windows 7 & responses
I have no wifi after upgrade from 8.1 to 10 Windows Windows on this machine. I made several delete/undelete, install/uninstall such operations suggested by the people here and elsewhere. What is happening is the driver information continually show error code 52: «Driver not signed...» "I also ran the usual troubleshooting suggestions to Microsoft, including the verification of compatibility and there is no problems found. Then... there at - it workaround, a patch or driver Windows 10 Acer available or what should I wait until MS comes out with another update? Thank you!
Uninstall any driver Atheros, download this:
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Unzip the file and run the installer.
Last week I upgraded my operating system to Windows Vista Ultimate 64 to Windows 7 Professional. I own a player DMP-100 which is directly plugged in my G from Linksys WRT54GS wireless router. My computer is also connected to the router, so this problem is not a wireless issue, but it wouldn't surprise me if it turns out be associated with a. When Vista was in charge, the DMP-100 router and Cisco Media Player is fine, although I had a devil of a time in the set up. When I decided to upgrade to Windows 7 Professional, I realized because the BONES were inconsistent that the upgrade would eliminate all applications and I have to reload everything.
When I rebooted Lela and the Cisco Media Player, I have none of the problems that I had with Vista in the configuration. However for some reason, the program does not play my media files. There is a default error message coming saying the Cisco Media Server can be turned off. This is not the case. More when I select a streaming radio station, the player, the server and software work fine. I feel, but the server isn't really pointing to my library, the library opens upward in the software. I unplugged and reset the player several times. I also deleted and reloaded the server & software media a number of times. I always get the same results.
I don't like on radio stations. I just want to be able to play my music and playlists. Anyone facing this problem before, and if so, is there a reason and a solution for this?
(Mod Note: edited post for the respect of the directive.) (Thank you!)
Eureka! It's the firewall after all. I thought I had everything checked when I added the AV Media Server and made sure the Cisco Media Player has been activated too. Once I disabled the firewall and restarted, the press began to play as it should. If something was definitely not right in the firewall. It turns out that I was a fool and never saw the 'advanced settings' until I read about it in WIndows help (something I should have done at the beginning). It was like a slap in the face. Even if the programs were activated, there is no rule created for TCP and 8015 remote port. It was clear as soon as I knew where to look. I created a new outbound rule to allow TCP access port 8015, and the program worked as if it was never a problem.
I want to thank you two people who have helped me through this and patience you while I flinched around this application and operating system. It was a total exercise in frustration, but also that of the discovery. I really appreciate your help. I thank you and my audio system thanks you too!
After a new Windows 7 Ultimate installed on my PSLB0E L300, I lost the use of the keyboard and mouse pads.
I did the installation with a usb mouse, who also now works. I downloaded all the drivers connected to my machine using the virtual keyboard, rebooted after each installed drivre, still does not.
I also updated the BIOS, 1.3-1.5, still does not
The strange part is that I can't access BIOS with F2, or sequence of starting using F12 at startup, navigate through the BIOS, so the keyboard works, but no longer works when Windows 7 has started.
I tried to put all the defaults in the BIOS, no change.
Help! >.< going="" crazy="" over="">
Have you installed additional drivers or tools for these external devices? If so you should remove, just check the software list in Control Panel.
Normally the touchpad can be turned on/off with the FN + F9 key combination.
In addition, it would be interesting to know what is happening on the factory settings. I mean the operating system preinstalled by Toshiba.
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