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CF-27 Toughbook "Save to disk file not found"

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  1. CF27

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    Perplexed!
    On start-up, my Panasonic CF-27 Toughbook displays a red backround message that reads:

    Save to Disk file not found
    Save To Disk feature is disabled


    I have looked in the BIOS through the F2 key for Setup, but I cannot find a suitable change to overcome this message.

    Can anyone tell me how to correct this?

    Regards,
    CF27
     
  2. DaveBurnett

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    The "save to disk" requires a special partition to be set up. It is the Laptop equivalent of the Hiberfil that is available with XP+ . There would have been a utility on the CD that came with the Laptop. You should be able to find a setting in the Power Saving section of the BIOS settings.
     
  3. CF27

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    Thank you for the speedy reply from Tamworth ... I do not have the original CD that would have accompanied the Toughbook when new.

    I am looking in the PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility under "Power". I have options for:
    "Power Management Mode",
    "Power Switch"
    "Fn+F7/Fn+F10 Key"
    "CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Drive Speed"

    ...but that is it. So at this point, I am still perplexed....
     
  4. CF27

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    BTW, I am running XP Pro with SP2
     
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    Try downloading the manual????
     
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