Question about Toshiba (APS3902U-U0001X) 800-Watt Power Supply

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Power saver when ever i start my computer sme times i can see window with the msg like power saver has stopped working i m very confused now how to solve this problem?is there any major problem or not? if u can help me to solve this problem please.

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  • nilampatel Jul 21, 2008

    i ll appreciate if u ll help me please

  • nilampatel Jul 22, 2008

    i have a laptop toshiba satellite a135-s4467

  • David
    David May 11, 2010

    do you have laptop or desktop

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Didnt help

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Right click desktop go to properties when open go to settings /advanced see if power saver is on or off

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