Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S2276 Notebook
What could cause this on my laptop
There have been numerous issues with Toshiba Power saving settings on laptops that can cause the same problem. Sometimes a simple BIOS update will fix it. BEWARE: Updating the BIOS can kill the motherboard because your overwriting the core logic function of it.
Before you update make sure you have a fully charged battery to prevent a power outage from interrupting the process (usually the only thing you need to worry about). Go to toshiba.com and search for your model of laptop. Look for a BIOS update. Read their instructions thoroughly, then carefully follow them.
If you purchased it from Best Buy and are under a Performance Service Plan or even Manufacturers warranty (1 yr) then take it to Geek Squad, and let them get this shipped off and done for you.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
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