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There are only three parts from the Toshiba laptop that could be wrong:
1. Power Supply/Charger
2. Damage battery.
3. Electrical input port.
First, troubleshoot the charger, you can try it with another Toshiba laptop of the same model, if it shows that is charging, then then troubleshoot the battery.
To TS the battery, just get a battery from a friend, or if you can go to a store where they sell batteries, take the laptop with you and let them know that you want to test it first.
If the battery is not the problem, then you have a faulty electrical input port.
I had a Toshiba Satellite, also, I'm I.T.
If you still have warranty, take it back asp, they will have to repair or replace since this was manufacture defect, if that is not an option! Do a complete recovery on your operational system to factory setting.
It's possible to fix. First go to device manager and you should see something like "USB Root Hub". Double click to open it, go over to power management, and "Uncheck" "Allow this computer to turn off this device to save power". Do this for all that say USB Root Hub. Next go to "Power Options" then "Edit Plan Settings" (accessible through "choose when to put the computer to sleep") and select "Change Advanced Power Settings". Next, make sure you do this in all of your power settings, but scroll down to an icon called USB settings. Expand the selection, then expand the "USB selective suspend setting". Choose, both on battery and plugged in if you want, to Disable the selective suspend. Finish and apply. Also, to confirm, you know that the USB device (IPod) but be plugged into the eSATA port, correct? It doubles as a USB port and is the only one capable of charging.
remove ac supply and battery from the laptop.. and press power button for atleast 30 sec.. it reset the CMOS memory.. this is what toshiba technical support person told me to do when i called to them way back..
in your laptop goto device manager. universal serial bus controller. go to appropriate port. Right click- properties - there you will c a power management tab. uncheck Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power. click ok.