Satellite M30: Problems install Power Saver - fatal error has occurred
188.8.131.52 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.
I got my Satellite M30 to the computer store where they have reinstalled XP pro SP3 without my Toshiba restore CD
They have installed the drivers from Toshiba for some things, but not "Toshiba Power Saver'.
I downloaded and extracted the exe 'Toshiba power saver' for the M30 and it will not be implemented.
Then, I downloaded "Toshiba common modules" and "Toshiba Utilities" and have the same problem with those.
All extracted, but nothing happens when I click on setup.exe.
What I am doing wrong?
Any help much appreciated
In my opinion it s for a problem with your system and not with the Toshiba tools and utilities the fact is that the other might install.
So the problem could be your SP3.
It is only a hypothesis, but you should check this.
Install only the operating system Win XP, SP2 and then try to install the drivers of Toshiba, tools and utilities in the right order!
Check if the latter won't work.
I am trying to create DVD data backup on my recent acquisition of Satellite A300 - 1 5 using Toshiba Disc Creator, almost 50% attempts are completed with the following error message
A power calibration area error.
Please check if the disc is scratched or dirty (or other!)
(Error code: 380381-26-00037304)
This message can appear in begging, shortly after the start of combustion, or even after the burning and in the finalization of the disk...
Some DVDs are totally damaged, some are OK...
I updated the firmware (from TO01 to TO03), cleaned the lens and tried again with some TDK discs, I got the same results, if data on both drives are still readable (lucky!)
I am confused and frustrated, I already had my phone replaced for a defective Panel... and we here are... again!
Suggestion / help is really appreciated
Thanks in advance
The power calibration error is very generally if the drive laser lens cannot be calibrated (moved) into the right position.
This can be caused by bad disks, is not compatible, or in most cases, this problem occurs because the CD/DVD drive is malfunctioning.
If you didn t test different drives from different manufacturers, so you should do this.
Otherwise I would recommend you to contact the technician of the ASP for the verification of the CD/DVD material.
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 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.
Today, when I turned on my computer the energy saver has started planting.
I rebooted the computer several times and the result is always a fatal error has occurred. The program will end. Code: 0x2.
Even this error appears when I try to reinstall the application.
Perhaps it has something to do with SP3, I have installed a couple a days ago.
Someone has an idea?
I saw this error for a long time with Windows XP Home edition. In my opinion it has nothing to do with SP3.
My experience says that you will not be able to solve this problem. There is something wrong in the registry entries and reinstalling will not help.
One method can help, OS install new one, more radical using recovery media.
We have Adobe Captivate installed 184.108.40.206 Windows 7 x 64 v.
Activate Adobe crashes with the following error: a fatal error has occurred and the execution of the application took end. Adobe Captivate one attempts to save all of your work in the respective folders of the project as cpbackup files.
I uninstalled Adobe Acptivate, rebooted the PC and reinstalled activate Adobe - unresolved error.
I have cleared the cache under settings, clear the cache - unresolved error.
The update should be available to help, updated. It is available since October 2014.
Being administrator is not the same thing as Captivate running as an administrator that must be put in place in the menu right click on the shortcut that launches Captivate. You have restricted functionality if this is not done.
I told you how to clear preferences, with the file Utils. First close Captivate, when you restart CP will create a new preferences folder.
If you have a lot of customization that you will lose when the erasing of the preferences. To keep them, have a look at my blog:
Layouts folder is located in the public Documents. It is a copy of the original folder in the gallery. Same thing with the Interactions.
For some reason any, whenever I turn on my computer, I get this box that says "a fatal error has occurred. Setup cannot continue. Please contact your seller or provider of support. Press
to stop the system. Can someone please help me with this?
Follow these steps to try to solve your problems of boot.
Do Safe Mode system restore, if it is impossible to do in Normal Mode.
Try typing F8 at startup and in the list of Boot selections, select Mode safe using ARROW top to go there > and then press ENTER.
Try a restore of the system once, to choose a Restore Point prior to your problem...
Click Start > programs > Accessories > system tools > system restore > choose another time > next > etc.
Read the above for a very good graph shows how backward more than 5 days in the System Restore Points by checking the correct box.
If the system or Mode restore safe work not and you do not have a Microsoft Vista DVD, make a repair disc to do a Startup Repair:
Download the ISO on the link provided and make a record of repair time it starts.
Go to your Bios/Setup, or the Boot Menu at startup and change the Boot order to make the DVD/CD drive 1st in the boot order, then reboot with the disk in the drive.
At the startup/power on you should see at the bottom of the screen either F2 or DELETE, go to Setup/Bios or F12 for the Boot Menu.
When you have changed that, insert the Bootable disk you did in the drive and reboot.
Link above shows what the process looks like and a manual, it load the repair options.
NeoSmart containing the content of the Windows Vista DVD 'Recovery Centre', as we refer to him. It cannot be used to install or reinstall Windows Vista, and is just a Windows PE interface to recovering your PC. Technically, we could re-create this installation with downloadable media media freely from Microsoft (namely the Microsoft WAIK, several gigabyte download); but it is pretty darn decent of Microsoft to present Windows users who might not be able to create such a thing on their own.
Read all the info on the website on how to create and use:
It's a very good Vista startup repair disk.
You can do a system restart tool, system, etc it restore.
It is NOT a disc of resettlement.
And the 32-bit is what normally comes on a computer, unless 64-bit.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
I get the following error message when you install Windows XP Professional: a fatal error has occurred. Setup cannot continue. Please contact your support representative or a seller/provider untorised. Press
to stop the system. I have real service pack 1 XP and the restore CD. After the restoration CD Formate the hard drive and installing Windows starts, he cannot continue and cela happened on two different PC (HP dx2000 and HP dx2300MT. Help, please
As has happened on two computers, I would look on the disc as the problem.
"I have genuine XP service pack 1.
What is the exact drive do you use?
See you soon.
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I tried to upgrade my xw 4400 workstation xp 32 Vista 64, but in doing so some how I got this error when I try to start. A fatal error has occurred. I tried to use my system restore disks, but I always find myself with this message. At this point, all I want to do is go back to xp. I have 2 drives in the bays that my system doesn't see. Help me to go back to a desktop. Nothing is needed on the readers so help me to start from the beginning, what are the first steps to recover. This error has always shut down the computer. Y at - there something out there that can fix this error. Looks like I really messed up this computer... All hope? I got lost?
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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
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 have an annoying problem on my Satellite A660 that I can't fix. I lost the use of my function and the function of flash card keys. It seems to be linked to the HW configuration utility which open habit.
When I click on the icon that this message reaches this application requested execution to terminate in an unusual way. I tried to reinstall Hwsetup but it will not do so either by relocation or uninstall and this message, T / hw installation. Network Error1316 error occurred trying to read from c. \Windows\installer\Toshiba Hardware Setup.msi
Error 1603 Fatal error. Consult windows help install (msi.chm) or MSDN for more information.
I downloaded a new copy of Hwsetup but still no change. I also tried restoring from restore points much earlier, but even once, nothing changes. Would be very grateful any advice, Bravo Jeff
Maybe this error message is related to the issue of the register
I found a same error message in MS. knowledge base article The error appears while you are upgrading an existing installation of Office 2000.
I think you should clean the registry with CCleaner.
Firstly uninstall the Toshiba HW setup utility.
Then uninstall the VAP (value added package)
Reboot the laptop.
Now run the CCleaner and clean the registry and delete the temporal files.
Reboot the laptop.
Run the CCleaner once more to make sure that the registry is properly cleaned.
Reboot once more and then install VAP.
Reboot once again and install the program HW installation.
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