So, I've got a Toshiba Satellite 1135-S125, and it doesn't seem to want to stay on. When I plug in the power cord, I get a green AC cord light, an orange power light, an orange battery light and a green cd light... and it won't turn on. If I unplug the laptop and pull out the battery for a while, and then plug the cord back in, then only a green cord light comes on, and it works. After several minutes, however, the orange lights come back and it turns off.
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here is the link for all the device drivers on the webpage.
go there and modem/display drivers are on the 1st or 2nd page.
click on the link and download and install for your laptop.
Hi I have found these links for download. I checked the models with which these drivers are compatible,you can find the model no. of your satellite under"Applicable Models" once you click on any of the link below.
The strange operation of those LED's is most probably an error mode indicator. If a laptop fails to power on corectly it will use those LED's, lighting in a specific pattern to signal the error. That's an example. In your case something was damaged in some way because the error code indicator is still acting like there is an error. You may try to reset the BIOS to factory defaults (small chances that this will work) and leave the laptop unpowered for about 1 day. If the problem is still there you will need to have it fixed in a service center. By comparing the LED lighting pattern with information from the Toshiba service catalogs they will be able to tell you what kind of error had happen for wich the LED's to light in this manner.
Sorry for my bad english, I live in a non-english speaking country. Good luck and don't forget to rate any answer received from this site.