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Problems with Toshiba Satellite A135

We have only had our A135 for about 5 months and have random problems with it:

1) we close the monitor with the power still on and when we open the monitor back up we get a message along the lines of windows was not shut down properly and the option to start normal, in safe mode, etc...any ideas why the CPU would just shut down?

2) Sometimes we will boot our computer and the icons will be rearranged on the desktop, the system time/date will be changed. Ran virus, spyware software and found nothing.

Thank you for the suggestions

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It sounds like you need to adjust your setting when you close the lid. If you set it to do nothing when the lid closes that should sort out your problem. Often it won't let you adjust them so if you uninstall the power management and then do the adjustments in the power settings then you should be ok

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