Satellite Pro U300 (PSU31E) standby & hibernation fails after updating BIOS


I wonder if it is common that after the upgrade of the Satellite Pro U300 (PSU31E) of the BIOS 2.50 at BIOS 3, 70 - Win or 3, 90 - Win, do sleep modes and Hibernate the * completely locked laptop computer? *

After the upgrade, when I try to enter sleep or hibernation, the laptop turns off the LCD and gets locked so it isn't help to press and hold the power button, open/close the cover, press Fn - F3 or F4 - Fn, the only way is to disconnect the power supply and wait until the battery runs down, or simply be very rough and * disconnect the battery *.

While the Pro U300 is locked, I hear that HARD drive and fans are also swivel - as soon they were when entering standby or hibernation mode. Very ugly behavior - you can FRY your laptop with something like that. I thought that BIOS 3.70 was faulty but unfortunatelly version 3.90 also worthless.

Furthermore, I can't yet understand why large (70% of the zip file) file of the package to upgrade the BIOS (3.70 and 3.90)... is the portable other flashers log file?

Your ad, I understand that the screen does not wake up after its entry in the standby or hibernation mode.
Am I wrong?

I noticed that Toshiba has released a new version of the Intel graphics driver.
At this time the update is 02/20/08 and the version is

Maybe you should try to update the display driver too check to see if it would help to get rid of this annoying display problem

I recommend to remove the old version of the graphics driver first, then install the new downloaded driver.

Mate good luck

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