Code Toshiba Power Saver Fatal Error 0x51A Tecra M9

I just bought 5 Tecra M9 and I have the same problem with them whenever I start the laptop:

"TOSHIBA Power Saver.
A fatal error has occurred. This program will be terminated code 0x51A'

And sometimes:
"TPSMain.exe Application error".
The application failed to initialize properly (0 x 0000043). Click OK to close the application '

If I try to open Toshiba Power Saver utility from the control panel it return me to select power mode Toshiba in the list of management of power supply in Power Options, but there is not any diagram power Toshiba on the list.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.


Have you tried to reinstall the Toshiba power saver utility?
Please do it!

I had a similar problem of Eve on my laptop satellite.
I finally solved this problem by reinstalling the energy saving and the utility of Modules common Toshiba.
The common modules are required to run other programs from Toshiba as for example energy saving.

Just another clue; especially this program error appears because of a corrupted registry.
You can use the freeware like CCleaner to clean the registry entries.

Best regards

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