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Toshiba Satellite M30 & Power Saver shutdown error

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by FuzzyWuzzy, Jul 24, 2005.

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  1. FuzzyWuzzy

    FuzzyWuzzy Thread Starter

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    hello!

    i am fighting with this problem for months now.. the latest version of power saver on my toshiba sat pro m30 running windows xp with service pack 1 installed gives a message box with an error message on shutdown and i am unable to eliminate this error. i re-installed the system from scratch, because there are many other applications installed. i've read the forums and realised i am not the first one having problems with toshiba power saver. i am even lucky to have it started successfully at the start-up! yet, it crashes at the shutdown. it's quite annoying. also, i have downloaded all latest updates from this site for my laptop, including even bios update.

    i would love to have the opportunity to be able to download the bug-free version of toshiba power saver from this site, and i am sure many other people would appreciate the fixes too!

    Fatal error: 0x6A6.

    any feedback on that?

    andrew.
     
  2. FuzzyWuzzy

    FuzzyWuzzy Thread Starter

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    i got it uninstalled, now when i try to put the s/w bac on, it gives me this
     

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  3. BigZee45

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    Hey Guy....I had the same problem for over 3 months....went thru all the suggestions, but nothing helped.Just thru trial and error, i started deleting software i had loaded....and finally found the culprit......"Spy Sweeper and Virus ".......i offloaded that program and no problems since, and decided to go with "Microsoft Live One Care".
    Hope this helps you.....
     
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