Satellite M30X-111 wake up from standby/hibernation mode
People, like many of you, I had the questionable connection DC problem and I solved this at the time of re - solder the wandering joint on the connector for the motherboard.
Everything was fine with the laptop until yesterday when I tried to get the machine to wake from standby / hibernation if it is when you close the screen) and now all that happens is that the blue light around the power button lights up, the CPU fan runs for about 5 seconds, the HARD drive light flashes once Maybe two times and the DVD briefly climb towers.
Also nothing happens... the screen is blank and the laptop is actually not from the occasional maelstrom of the fan.
Is it in any case to perform a reset of some sort to get it to snap it on hibernation? I have read up on this subject on various forums and have tried to start without memory, without the HARD drive and the DVD drive and still no life.
Any input is appreciated that I need this laptop to spring into life again.
Thanks in advance
to wake up the machine, simply remove the battery and the AC and leave the machine for a few hours. After that, it should work again.
By the way: sometimes it s a good idea to do a biosupdate, because maybe the problem comes from the bios.
Please give some comments about your success... :)
Hallo! Help me)
I'm on macbook pro 13 "2011 i5. So I bought ssd to upgrade my mac. These are the 128 GB plextor m6pro. I cloned all the disk system ssd. Also I bought optibay, I broke my hard drive cable, so now the whole system works on optibay and ssd (without hard drive).
I have a serious problem. When I close the macbook and then open after a few minutes my system begins to work is not properly so I click on system reboot and Flash then folder with the question. I like this for 4 times, other times just system opens when I opened my macbook. Then I go to the internet-> disk utility boot and see this ssd is completely erased, no partition! I don't really know what to do.
It seems that he connects with optibay because it uses cd, mode standby/hibernation and sessions.
Please help me! =)
I forgot to add, all the time, I used trimforce enabled, unless it's necessary information. Hope someone could help me.
Hi, can anyone help?
I have a new Satellite U300-144 accompanying the Vista home 32-bit preinstallation. I have a problem, he wants to come to the sleep/hibernation mode, and my clear blue power is always on standby/hibernation mode. I hold the power button to restart the computer and then I get a message of illegal closure because I don t shutdown right.
I tried to upgrade the BIOS later for my model and the n t the problem, then I tried to upgrade to Vista Ultimate t doesn't help either. I installed all the drivers and everything works real well.
A colleague using me U300 Office. I asked him to check the extended sleep/standby option and he reported that everything works correctly. He always uses the factory settings and only one update is added value package. He kidnapped the former and installed latest version of the Toshiba download page.
Have you installed latest PPVS too?
I want to launch a program every time I come back/sign my computer after the standby/hibernation mode. I only found a possibility to play sounds of a logon each time that this happens, but I can't run programs like that. Is it possible to do it on Vista?
PS: If it isn't, can you send this request apparently simple functionality to the Windows 7 development team?
While the mark's instructions look as if they will work, there is a more elegant way to achieve, using Vista built in Task Scheduler.To create a task that runs whenever you unlock your profile:1 open the Task Scheduler [start > Panel > system and Maintenance > administrative tools > Task Scheduler (or just type "Task Scheduler" in the box start search)]. You will need an administrator account/password for access to this.2. Select "Create a task" to create a new task.3. a panel with several tabs will open.4. fill the 'Général' tab to meet your needs.5. go to the "Triggers" tab and choose "new". Another panel will open. At the top of this Panel, you will see a (see below). Open it and choose ' to unlock the workstation. Then choose if you want this task to run just for your profile or for everyone. Click on 'ok '. (You can find it useful to use the option "Delay task" to delay the task for 15-30 seconds to give your office a chance to load before the program runs.)6. go to the Actions tab, select 'New', choose 'Run program' and locate the program you want to run.7. Select the tabs 'Conditions' & 'Settings', respectively and change various settings according to your needs. (Make sure that the "Run on AC Only" option is disabled if you are using a laptop and want the task to run when it is unplugged).8. click OK to save your new task.Now, whenever you unlock your profile after the standby or Hibernate mode, your program runs.If you follow these instructions, but choose "connection to" rather than "To unlock the workstation", your task will run whenever you connect (unlock and logon are not the same thing as the computer is concerned, so keep that in mind).This may not work if your profile is not protected by a password, but all mine, so I couldn't test it in this situation.I hope this will satisfy your needs.Best wishesBookwormDragon
I clubhouse of compaq with preinstalled windows vista that I bought the pc in September 2008 when I fist got the pc he would be stuck in standby/hibernation mode when I pressed on the moon shaped button or when I let it just fall asleep on his own. I went back to the futureshop in my period of 2 weeks buyers and they interlaced monitor as would the tower should green light that he was always on but monitor would remain off until I unplugged the pc from the wall (button / stop does not work)
now almost 2 years later July 2010 I have problems with Explorer does not or anything like that to with the internet, even my network sharing Center wouldn't load so I took it with future shop service plan and they found some viruses but removal did not work, so they have restored and now I have new sleep problems and they advised me that it can't be fixed. I have disabled the sleep on the keyboard button, but left the pilot light. the technicians reported that they turned off and now it will not (duh!) they told me that I just have to live without it no idea what can help?
Try to reset the default power Plan settings. information is at the link above.
And how to solve problems in Standby Mode is at the link above.
And read the information of 'Related links', too.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
I recently got a laptop from my father and the settings are a bit strange.
My modes standby and Hibernate are also well off and due to the lack of a cooling device, it constantly turns off when I leave.
So whenever I leave, I have to shut down my computer, then restart again and his old fact.
I need to find a way to get my laptop to activate the standby or hibernation mode so I can't go through this process each time.
Its a Toshiba Satellite M115-S1061.
Also, I checked the options of standby power, and they say the same things as well.
Thanks in advance for the help!
The history is confusing for me.
Just a few questions to the beginning:
What operating system do you use?
You use Toshiba power saver or power Windows options?
If you know that this laptop turns off when you leave why do the restart if you know it goes off even when?
You let your laptop with no activity, or you leave while an application is running?
Maybe is related to overheating decommissioning.
My M30X 111 died after about 15 sec after power upward. The blue light comes on, the fan starts and then turns off & the dies machine - however, the blue switch remains on. Then I have to keep the power button up to swith off the machine.
I can't go as far as the BIOS and it does not start from CD, etc.
Thanks in anticipation,
The laptop goes to home Toshiba screen?
If yes there is no hardware malfunction but perhaps something wrong with the software.
You suggested that it of not possible to enter the BIOS. How have you tried to get into the BIOS?
As far as I know, this unit uses a Phoenix BIOS so you must press the F2 key immediately after switching on. Press the "F2" key several times to make sure that the option has been enabled.
The alternative to boot from the CD/DVD drive is using the C key. The same procedure here: press the C key immediately after starting the laptop.
(the CD must be inserted before you start)
I have a Satellite M30x and have recently tried to burn a DVD to free up space on a HARD drive crowded with data.
Windows cannot perform this task, and unfortunately Toshiba have not provided/installed software do it either.
Nero burning rom, which was provided only seems capable of burning CDs and even then, it continuously saves files without actually burning them!
As far as I know that your unit should have super-multi drive which allows you to record all formats. If the unit is pre-installed with recovery media, you will find an application called Record Now! You can use it to burn data but Nero is very good application and there should not be any problem.
Before you want to choose the data and start the process of engraving you select on which media data should be burn (CD or DVD). Under Option more check if the option write is enabled. I hope that option that simulation is disabled.
What M30x-xxx you have exactly?
I own Satellite M30X (model) after I left the laptop on while awhile, the computer went on standby to fashion. When I turned it on, the screen does not work, everything else is ok. I use the external monitor to the laptop. Everything seems to be in the order outside the screen. I did a system recovery and still the same problem. I don't know if it's a hardware or software problem.
I know the screen works, because you can see roughly. It seems to me that the screen is always on standby.
Is there anything I can do to fix this problem?
@marc.andres: If you n t no contrast on the screen have so try to use the FN + F7 key
It is a problem that I had with my laptop from the outset - if the laptop is in sleep or Hibernate mode and the lid is closed, or the lid is closed and will switch "standby" from there, it won't wake up or respond to the switch once again opened.
Even holding down the power button has no effect, the only way to turn it back on is to remove the battery, put it back and turn the phone back on, lose anything I had opened.
I fear that the laptop could be damaged by this, but there is no other way.
This isn't a problem with the settings of windows, I had the same problem with the function suspends in ubuntu.
Anyone had similar problems or know anything than either could have caused this?
What model of Satellite L do you have exactly?
What system is pre-installed? Have you tested this problem with laptop recovery fees?
BIOS is up to date? If it is not updated in the BIOS.
After update BIOS, set the default BIOS and test the features of the laptop.
Your comments would be appreciated
I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite L750-16Z. So I had a lot of material on an old hard drive, I had need so I put my old Hard drive in my new Toshiba & installed all the drivers I could find for the model L750 /.
The only problem now is I n ' have no sleep / hibernate options. They are grayed out.
Can anyone suggest how to get this working? Or maybe there's an ACPI option that must be changed in the BIOS? Would be appreciated if anyone has the suggestion
To be honest I didn t understand what have you done with HARD drive but the fact is that you are missing some basic as display driver drivers.
I'm afraid that you must clean OS install so I highly recommend you to install original recovery image (original version of OS) m that you got with your laptop.
You have recovery media?
I have a Dell Latitude D531, running Windows XP Home Edition. A common problem I see coming out of hibernation I often end up with a black screen. The only way I have reliable is to close the lid of the laptop. This makes the system from going into standby mode (as noted by the led lights). When the cover is opened, the system resumes, and then the screen is active.
This occurs generally when the power management puts the system into Hibernate mode - after the timeout. It seems also occur after I put into hibernation system and not try to wake up until the hours have elapsed. It only seems to happen when I try a test of hibernation system and then awakens shortly after.
I'd appreciate informative comments about this behavior.
I have some difficulty with a Satellite A210-117 PSAELE-00E00MFR. I installed W7 x 64 professional and display driver ATI Catalyst to Radeon HD 2400.
My graphics card appears in Device Manager as an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400 with the current version of the driver 8.970.100.3000 from AMD, and I can't find a better.
So far, so good, but as soon as W7 goes into 'sleep' or 'hybrid sleep', the display manager does not re - start correctly. He keeps trying to display Windows, but finally the phone re boots.
But if I put the laptop to 'Hibernate', then he wakes up fine.
I don't know if this problem is known, because I can't find anything on the Internet on this subject independently to obtain the latest driver. Anyone an idea how to solve this problem?
Thanks in advance
Post edited by: ebouge
On the page of the Toshiba UE driver (Archive), you will find drivers for Win 7 32 bit A210.
Driver ATI 8.452 - 080109 is available too.
Its a previous version and I recommend to test the unit by using this version of the driver
I have Toshiba Satellite L300.
One day I found that when I close the laptop it goes in standby mode (as it should), but after a few minutes it is turn on even if it is still closed.
After several minutes, that it's going to sleep again and then again are put on...
Before there was not such a problem!
What is the problem with my satellite?
Hmm that's strange
Maybe wake up on LAN or another wake-up call option affects this stand in mode?
Try to disable this option in the BIOS and in device-> properties-> Advanced tab LAN Manager.
Have you also checked the settlement by Vista power management settings?
+ How to manage Windows Vista power management features? +
the fact is that, after only 9 months of functioning these two problems:
-When the standby for laptop, then it does not recover, and the screen stays black
-all of a sudden the display freezes and I can't do anything. I can only stop it by pressing the power button
can someone help me?
Thanks in advance
PS. These two problems are not at the same time...
Maybe it's time for a new installation of operating system from the Toshiba Recovery CD? :|
What thin you about this possibility?
I put t know what you've done in the last month 9 with the laptop but I assume you have installed/uninstalled software.
If you solve this problem with the new OS.
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