Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S2276 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
It's probably not a BIOS problem.
You should go to Control Panel --> Hardware and Sound --> Power Options --> Change plan settings --> change advanced plan settings.
Try configuring the setting for "Plugged in" and "On Battery" to be the same. That way your laptop won't go through wierd configurations when you unplug.
Try cleaning your computer with compressed air too.
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