Question about Toshiba Satellite 1805-S204 Notebook
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right click anywhere on an empty space on desktop and click on properties in the menu ( or go to control panel and double click on display).
Now in the display property windows click on screen saver and then click on power at the bottom right.
you will then get the power schemes option where you can change the settings for hibernation , standby etc, adjust it such that your system never hibernates automatically.
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