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I understand you are looking for information to see if your computer chipset is part of the Intel 6 series chipset flaw. This problem affected SATA ports. Please bear in mind the problem was identified only with B2 chipset revisions.
Below you will find some steps that may help identify faulty chipset
Right click on My computer
Go to device manager
and expand Universal Serial Bus
Locate Intel(R) 6 series/c200 series Family USB enhanced Host controller
Right click and properties
If hardware ID ends in 04, the system is using B2.
If hardware ID ends in 05, the system is using B3
If you find your computer is faulty because of the B2 chipset revision, please contact your computer manufacturer for possible warranty options.
The hardware ID I have is listed below.
So it appears I have the faulty chipset correct?
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Yes, chipset ID ends in 04, this means this chipset is defective. Please contact your computer manufacturer for possible warranty options at support.toshiba.com