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Toshiba power saver fatal error code 0x57

Computer automatically powers down to save mode but can not be restarted except by hard boot (taking our power bar)

When I restart I get message 'toshiba power saver fatal error code 0x57'

When I try to reset power saving options to never in control panel it does not let me.

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  • thug_poet360 Aug 28, 2008

    i have this exact sae problem

  • tranchihung Oct 05, 2008

    I use Toshiba Setelite A215-S5824 and I've changed from Vista to XP. So some feature of it has been lost. For example, Power saver and hot keys. Please help me to fix these problems. If you have any information, please send to my email.

    thans!

    My email: chihung1407@gmail.com

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Try to reinstall your operating system..or restore the system..go to control panel and click the back up or restore files so that all the errors in your computer will fixed..even a fatal error..hopefully this will help your problem..

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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