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If the battery does not hold a charge remove it and try again. If the battery gets too low it can stop the laptop from booting. Also pulling the battery will make sure that it completely powers down, they can sometimes get "stuck"
this happens to every laptop after a while, although after only 2 months it should be ok, you may need to send it back under guarantee, but remember you will have more things running now then when you first had it, using more processor power and also any usb peripherals youve added also shorten battery life.
If it only happens when running on battery, you may need a new battery. You can check http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_modSel.jsp and enter the information on the bottom of the laptop on the silver Toshiba Sticker. Specifically the line between Toshiba and the model number. You can enter that at the above support page.
1. If windows product goto start-control panel
on the classic view in control panel look for power options, put to never standby and sleep. see if helps.
2. could be a heat issue? Still under warranty? Go here
3. Are you pressing a Fn and the f8 for external monitor?
4. Is it pluged into wall or running off of battery?
Thank You kenny356 and call Toshiba if under warranty?