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harleysportster

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I have a Toshiba Satellite Laptop and have been applying your XP tweaks--I have XP Home--. When I go to the "Screen Saver" tab and click on Monitor power "Power" button, it gives me this: Warning: "To adjust power management settings, close Microsoft Power Options and use TOSHIBA Power Management". However, when I do, all options in that window fade off and do not allow me to click anywhere. I can see the checkmark in the Enable Hibernate box, it is using 479 MB off my drive, but as stated before, I am unable to make changes. Why does it do this? Thanks..

This is my first time posting, so I hope I posted correctly.
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I figured it out. After looking all over for this, I found it. It is a power icon at the bottom right of my window. Thanks though. This site has some great stuff. I am a member for life.
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