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i just had my harddrive replaced and had to reinstall windows. the hibernate mode is turned on now and i cant figure out how to turn it off. ive been to display properties and the toshiba power management but i cant figure it out. can anyone help me out?
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Right click the desktop, click properties, screensaver, power, have you got these options

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Hi K

yes ive tried to do that. what happends is i get referred to the "toshiba power management" which i have gone to but havent been able to make any changes. the only options are what happends when i close the lid (notebook) and when i press the power button.

any ideas?
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Have you got this option

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What model is the notebook?
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Hi K

No i didnt see that....but i visited the toshiba power management again and was able to navigate my way to the appropriate place. problem solved.

thanks again for your help - keep up the good work - i really appreciate it
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Thank You for letting me know
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