Satellite L30-106: Power Saver 0x7E error
I own a Toshiba Satellite L30-106. I got it from Windows Vista to Windows XP pro, I installed all the Xp drivers provided by the Toshiba site.
Everything is going well except for the Toshiba Power Saver utility, I can't install it, it still gives this error: error Power Saver 0x7E. Same thing happens when I want to uninstall it. How can I solve this problem?
Thanks in advance
I hope that you have installed the power saver right!
The laptop is one of the series PSL33E. Therefore, you should choose the drivers and tools for this series!
In addition it is very important to install the driver Toshiba and utilities in the right order!
Then open the installation instructions and follow the lines of this guide!
Please make sure that you have already installed "TOSHIBA common Modules or / and TOSHIBA Hotkey Utility" ahead!
It's the short history of XP on my Satellite A200 - 14 d:
I can't stand Vista, therefore 2 or 3 days after the purchase of my laptop and try Vista, I decided to install my WinXP Pro. At first, it was REALLY hard for me to find drivers. I even installed some Tohiba not who, by the way worked just fine. Then Toshiba began to publish its own non-experimental pilots and I was happy. Everything worked well. After almost a year I was "forced" to reinstall my OS (once again: WinXP Pro). Everything went according to plan, and after 30 minutes, I was greated by the Windows XP Welcome screen. The first task was to install the appropriate drivers.
Well, very well. I downloaded the latest drivers before reinstalling and kept them on another partition, I was ready to go. I opened the file TXT "new facility" and began to install everything on this list (which of course I downloaded from the Toshiba site). I installed all the drivers in the line, they must be installed (although I don't really know what that some of them may be of no use to me, like a fingerprint, since I have no such thing, but fine - I can't live without a few megabytes :)) until the famouse "Power Saver Utility" has come.) I read in many forums here on this problem, but I never found a solution :(:(:(
When I tried to install the utility, it spits out an error message with code 0x7E (?). Whenever I boot my OS, this triumph of message on my desk ruin my mood :( I tried to uninstall it (although it is not completely installed - the only thing that shows something on this subject is an icon of the control panel which, pressing on, says that I don't have sufficient rights to access the file (even IF I'm in administrative Mode) and registry keys, which does nothing (I removed it and always appear the messages that I mentioned above)).
I tried to remove it, but once again with error 0x7E message at the beginning of uninstallation. I even REINSTALLED my OS again and again by installing Power Saver mistakes occur :(:(:( This surprises me a lot, because I've never had such a problem before even the fact that I have not followed the installation instructions. I really need a solution to this. I want to install Vista and the recovery disc. I would if I knew there was no average athor, but I'm sure there is because of the fact that I had no problems before.
Yes, everyone throws - help. Because without energy saver, my laptop is like your desktop PC, that is--needs to stay connected with alternating current :( And it is not appropriate for a laptop.
PS: I forgot to mention - no change in the BIOS has been done, although I don't think that this has nothing to do with my problem.
Have you tried two versions of power saver on the Toshiba download page?
I am struggling with this problem for months... the latest version of Eve on my toshiba satellite pro m30 running windows xp with service pack 1 installed gives a message box with an error message when the stop and I'm unable to eliminate this error. Unfortunately, I can't consider reinstall the system from scratch, because there are many other applications installed and I can't lose the settings for them. I read the forums and realized I'm not one of the problems with toshiba power saver. I'm even lucky to successfully at startup started it! Yet, it hangs at shutdown. It's pretty boring. also, I downloaded all the latest updates of this site for my laptop, including even the bios update.
I would like the opportunity to be able to download the version without toshiba this site energy saving bug, and I'm sure many other people would appreciate the patch too!
any comment on that?
If your laptop is installed correctly it should work well. All the software has been tested. The only reason for your problem may be additional software that you have installed later.
It is also possible that it may be caused by an Antivirus application. Maybe an application runs in the background? There are many reasons that may be responsible for this problem.
If you reinstall your Notebook of recovery CD it will not work properly. It is very unjustifiable to write on some versions bug-free. I sometimes have problems with BONES, but almost always after using some freeware.
Hey, I removed the windows OEM pre-installed and installed my windows, I downloaded all the drivers and software on the site of Toshiba, it all works except the energy saver. When it is installed and want to start, I got the error 0x7E. When I want to remove to install another version, I also got this error.
Does anyone know a solution? Thank you
On this forum I found a few topics with similar theme, but unfortunately there is no universal solution. Obviously a registry entry is wrong and reinstalling doesn't help at all.
I noticed that the problem has been resolved after the reinstallation of the operating system with recovery media. On this way the unit has again factory settings and should not have problems again. I'm sure other applications installed on your device may be an advertisement influence on the sleep feature power.
It's really not easy to say why this is happening.
Guys, I will aprecciate if someone can help me here.
When I start the computer, this message appears "unable to locate component tpsmain.exe. This application has failed to start because cpuperf.dll is not found. Reinstaling the application may fix this problem. »
Then I tried to uninstall Toshiba power saver, but it won't uninstall. Error coming out "a fatal error has occurred. This program may be terminated code: 0x7E.
I'll need help to uninstall and then reinstall energy saver.
The operating system is Windows XP Professional 2002.
Thank you very much in advance
Just a question;
Common Modules installed?
You should do this!
But before install you common Modules and energy savings you must first uninstall the energy saver!
If this is not possible in the control panel-> software, then install a CCLeaner and this tool would be to clean the registry and operating system.
I just installed XP and I came across a problem that is boring. When I finished to install Power Saver and the driver, I got a message saying fatal error and I thought it was because I haven't restarted. Then, after only a day or 2 later I went to the energy saver and he said cannot open because you don't have access rights to "Toshiba Power Saver.
Is there a solution to this
I put t know if this is a solution but try my proposal:
First of all, remember that you are registered as an administrator or make sure that you have administrator rights.
Remove your old system energy saving. You must remove the driver and utility.
Then reinstall the computer and clean the registry using the freeware like CCleaner.
Then install the driver of saver of power and after reboot the new install standby power plant.
I hope it helps
I get a fatal error when starting electric saver application, code 0 x 2
I have a Satellite A300 1NO with Windows XP. When the energy saver tries to start it gives this error code and accidents. This happens with the installer to start too.
Assuming that the cause is the lack of files required by power saver. What can we then these files?
ProgFiles/Toshiba and its subfolders are intact. I deleted some files from windows dir, who seemed unused, and needles. for example. directories and temporary files. And I think, that it is possible that some useful files have been deleted accidentally.
So, it is possible that the cause is missing some files in windows? Otherwise, I have no idea of what was happening here exactly...
Post edited by: Emoryy
I ve page no idea why your Power Saver crashes but before install you any what Toshiba you tools should updated Win XP to the current state, and then you need to install the common Modules of the European of Toshiba.
Common modules is an essential component of Windows systems.
He will perform the other original programming from TOSHIBA to work properly.
So uninstall the old Power Saver, clean the registry and operating system with a free tool (i.e. CCleaner), install common Modules, and Power Saver.
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'
"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.
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.
Recently, I have a big problem, my Toshiba power saver.
It triggers a fatal error OX50 and I tried reinstalling several times and it doesn't work.
Please how can help me solve this problem?
Fatal error with Power Saver hmm I read a few threads on similar problems and it does seem that the completely OS restore Toshiba recovery CD could help settle the energy saver
But may I ask if you install all the drivers in the correct order?
Usually the installation instructions are always placed on the page of the Toshiba driver and it s necessary to follow this guideline.
I recently received this new notebook Tecra M10 (model PTMB0A - 00M 001) replace my laptop to existing business. It came loaded with Windows XP and built by the standard portable computer generation.
It works fine except that at startup I get the error message "a fatal error has occurred. The program will end. "Code: 0x0.
I did some research and I think that the original version may have been compromised, because there aren't has no files in the directory C:\Program Toshiba Saver except for a TPSTrace.log that has this message inside: "a fatal error has occurred. The program will end. "Code: 0x0 rental: TPwrSave.cpp (140). The Power Saver software claims to be v7.11.00.
I downloaded the latest version 7.11.10 (for XP) and when you try to install, the software asks you if it can uninstall the existing version and as it tries, the fatal error code: 0 x 0 occurs which always uninstall, and I suppose that reinstall it. It seems a pity to restore from CD lose all data and other software that is very good because of this software pooey to save energy. Given the original installation was probably standard, there is no guarantee that even if I do a system restore on CD the same problem not re - manifests.
Is there a way I can do XP think software is deleted (it seems to be absent physically, but XP think it is present) by forcing an uninstall. I can then try to reinstall it to see if I can do better than what it was when it was delivered to me. Otherwise, I'd be more than happy to just work without it, for the trouble it causes.
Thanks in advance.
You must delete it from the registry.
Try CCleaner first, it may be able to remove the bad registry for you keys. (google for "CCleaner")
Otherwise, run Regedit, and then search for "to sleep". Make sure that you delete, in order to ensure the results refer to Toshiba Power Saver.
PS. back up the registry first. You can do this by creating a Restore Point in Windows. (Panel of-> system)
I want to upgrade the Ram in my Toshiba L30-106 running Vista. The vehicle currently has 2 * 512 MB modules. In the specifications it says it can handle maximum 2 GB of Ram. Is this correct?
Can I upgrade using 1 * 2 GB or 2 * 1 GB modules? Dual channel RAM will make a significant difference?
I can say I should use modules DDR2-533 PC4200. I'll use Kingston, but they have Toshiba modules (start with KTT) and regular ones (KVV). It is important that I use?
Yes, you can upgrade the Satellite L30 to 2 GB.
In addition, you should buy modules with 1 GB because so you can use dual channel mode. This makes the theoretical specifications a little faster.
For the upgrade, you can buy RAM DDR2-533.
The part number for a 1 GB module is PA3411U-1M1G
I wonder if anyone can help me please.
I have a satellite L30 and for some reason this morning it is say PCI drivers have an error and I have no internet. I usually connect them via the wireless network. I tried to install the realtek drivers, but it did not, as he says they are all updated.
Any help on how to solve this problem would be greatly appreciated.
go to Device Manager and check if there is a yellow question mark shown there. Also, read this article how to determine, unknown device, peripheral position, or the id of the provider.
Perhaps, you try to install the wrong drivers.
I have a L30-101 which has unstable power supply problem.
Sometimes it will start without effort. Once I press the power button, load cookies and wifi will be off and the power light will flash briefly, after that a few seconds, the load and wifi lights will be rekindled and I can try again. Finally, if it is not started, the light goes off and that's all.
another time if I push the button for a few seconds, it will start or freeze as noted above.
To try again, the only way is to remove the (new) battery and the power cable.
Also, I tried to hold the power button down for 30 seconds with the battery cables and power removed as a forum sudgested it discharging the capacitors on the motherboard. Sometimes, it works. Sometimes it doesn't.
If I have apart and put back together, it works. (but that's a bit excessive. So unless he can sprout wings very quickly, it's life may be limited).
All these answers are the same whether on the supply cable, battery only or both.
I'm starting to loose patience...
Your described problems looks like a motherboard failure.
I have no other explanation for that matter.
I mean it s not a problem of battery from the laptop must turn on correctly just connected to the AC adapter only.
I put t think the related issue of RAM because in this case the laptop must turn on not even for a second or the system freezes after widows started upward.
Satellite L30 is slightly older unit so it can be possible to this motherboard is the troublemaker.
I wonder if the L30-106 is compatible LBA48, I bought this one equipped with a 60 GB hard drive and I intend to change it to a 500 GB hard drive.
I use Ubuntu and can just find a way to know if LBA48 is supported in this model. Any help would be appreciated.
At your L30 SATA HDD? I m not 100% sure of this, but if the HARD drive is SATA, interface you can enhance it with 200 or 300 GB without any problem.
You can upgrade the HARD drive, but I put t know if it should be 500 GB.
126.96.36.199 for something Satellite M30.
After setting up, I get a "fatal error occurred. The program took end code ox2.
Any ideas on whats wrong?
I put t know exactly what's wrong, but I remember these problems might appear if the drivers, tools, and utilities are installed in the correct order.
The installation instructions document is no doubt placed on the page of the Toshiba driver.
I recommend that you check these documents
But why you don t use the Toshiba Recovery CD. This CD allows you to install the operating system with all the necessary tools and drivers much faster and easier.
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