Toshiba Recalls Memory Modules on Laptops

Toshiba Corp. has announced a voluntary exchange program for memory modules in some of its notebook PCs after identifying a module problem that could cause the PCs to exhibit blue screens, lock up, or experience corruption of memory data. The memory modules are supplied by third parties and are no longer used by Toshiba in its notebook PCs currently in production.

Under the voluntary exchange program, customers can exchange the memory components in the affected PCs any time from November 1, 2004 until April 30, 2005. Customers can download a utility from Toshiba's website that analyzes their PC's operating system to determine whether or not it contains the subject components

The voluntary recall covers Satellite, Satellite Pro, Tecra, Portage, and Dynabook models listed on Toshiba's Component Exchange Program website.

View: Toshiba Component Exchange Program

News source: EE Times

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