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Topic # 12498 20-Mar-2007 13:45
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Ive got a toshiba m40x with vista ultimate and i was wanting to control the cpu like i did with xp with a programme called toshiba power saver. I went to the toshiba website and they've released but not for my model. I phoned toshiba and they said my laptop is not vista compatible! Is ther another programme that will do the job?


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  Reply # 64410 20-Mar-2007 13:47
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If you have an nvidia chipset you can use ntune.




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  Reply # 64434 20-Mar-2007 16:07
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no its an ati.. ? i tried messing with the power saver programme but got bsod

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  Reply # 64435 20-Mar-2007 16:16
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I don't mean graphics card.

If your motherboard has an nforce chipset then you can use ntune

You can find out by going to device manager and checking for nforce entires under system devices and IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers




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  Reply # 64451 20-Mar-2007 19:41
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lol im an idiot i thaught thats what you ment. No i know its a standard intel board.

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