Satellite A300 goes into sleep mode - it starts again

My Toshiba Satellite A300 simply refuses to sleep - sleep (bright yellow lights up and the screen is blank) and after about 10 seconds, all the lights come back and the fan starts going.

This occurs when the laptop is plugged in and running on battery power.
I read on many problems of sleep with the satellite series and the general Council only seems to have picked up is to install all the updates which is what I did and the problem persists!

I would be very grateful if someone could help!

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Hello

Please check if your BIOS is up to date.
If you use an older version of BIOS then update the BIOS and check if your computer starts in mode 'sleep' correctly.

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