Question about Toshiba Satellite A60 Notebook
I need help in changing my laptop so that when I hit any key on the wireless keyboard attached to my laptop that the computer comes out of standby. I can not find this power management option in the bios.. can you help ?
Control panel >power options has all the settings to change what mode the computer goes into when you close the lid eg.sleep hiberante etc. so set that up for starters. when you close the lid on some laptops they go into hibernation which can be difficult to come out of. I find it best to put the computer in sleep mode when i go for a break, then it only takes one push of the button to continue where i left off
you can extend or turn off stanby or have it go into sleep mode automatically in the power option setting, and while in control panel check wireless keyboard has full control. The click of the mouse should reactivate it from standyby so try sleep for now.
I hope this knowledge helps you
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Turn off your laptop. Wait 15
seconds, then press the power button to restart the system. When the computer
starts to reboot, press "F2" repeatedly until you see the message "Entering
Change the BIOS Settings:
Scroll through the BIOS settings using your keyboard's arrow keys to highlight the setting you want to change. Press "Enter." Use the the arrow keys to highlight the option you want within that setting, then press "Enter."
Save changes in the BIOS Wizard:
Press "Esc," then choose "Save and Exit." Press "Enter" to exit the BIOS with your changes saved.
You can disable the DVD Writer in the Device Manager also.
Start > Type " Device Manager" and then Enter > Double Click " CD/DVD ROM Drives" > Double click on the Device > Click on the "Drivers" tab > click on "Disable" to disable the Hardware.
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