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Computer was in hibernate or sleep mode when the battery drained. Now, will not boot, appears to come out of sleep mode but only shows TOSHIBA splash screen and the hard drive lights do not activate. F8 (or any other function key) will not force it into recovery mode. Have removed battery, run on AC only, tried battery only all with similiar results. Suggestions

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Dear! take display properties use tab ans select screen saver then click on power and use tab again select hibernate if it is enable check again it and disable now. After that your computer will not go in sleep or hibernate mode.
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