Hello friends....i have a toshiba A 135 S 4527 ...its causing problem from some days....it stops ,freezes during function,,,again it continue working ...after a while,,,,i noticed when cooling fan stops,,,,then it happens......here in Haiti ..no service centre of toshiba.....please help me to rectify this problem by my own
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This could be caused by a couple of things. If the condenser fan is defective and stopping while you don't see the fan stop it will cause the compressor to overheat and stop. The other possibility is a defective=> 12784415 Main Control Board or JAZZ Board A defective relay on this board will cause the same symptoms, Sea Breeze I am here if you have questions...JT
You may have a bug. You may start by going to control panel and see how many programs are trying to start up at the same time. When my laptop does that I normally go to the control panel and stop programs and keep them from turning on at start up. you really dont need all programs to start up at the same time. This may cause freezing and longer times to start at start up.
My a135 would not boot at all, Removed drive, ram, wifi card, and it at least had some video.
Put the ram back in, and it actually tried to boot, put the drive in, andforced it to boot normal (menu gives a choice) and works great.
Then, I updated the bios. They have 7 revisions to the bios for that machine.
It's normal for the fan to stop and start, as needed. However, it sounds as if the heat sink attached to the processor and fan may be clogged with dust/fuzz/hair, etc. If you can, vacuum or blow air back through the ventilation ports to clear the debris.
This usually causes the fan to run constantly. It's possible that you need to adjust the power management settings in control panel-toshiba power management.
Also,try keeping the laptop in a cool place and see if it makes a difference.
Let me know how it works.