As discribed in subject, the display backlight stays always off when my z830 PT225E comes back from standby. It is only backlight, because I can see the picture dimly if I hold the screen against a light. Also using FN+F7 doesn't change anything on this state. Only thing which works is to reboot.
Is there any update of display driver? Or is there any workarround to get back display backlight?
By the way, bios is up to date with version v1.60.
@Akuma: Factory Windows is installed. Of course other software is installed. How should I use the laptop without additional software? Which tool is responsible for this behaviour? Maybe a reinstallation helps. But I think its a driver or firmware problem, because stanby is not a thing of a utility.
Standby should also work with a pure Windows without any of this rubish vendor tools, slowing down my system
@Silas: First time it works correct. Of course I've done windows updates and installed programmes which I need to work with.
@Tonny: I tried it, but state of Intel HD3000 energie saving does not change anything to the behaviour after standby.
I have the same problem: FN F6/F7 keys do not work.
I have uninstalled/reinstalled the Value Added Package, still won't work.
I took the machine to Toshiba Customer Service in plaza Low Yat in KL yesterday and the technicians response was "Sorry, nothing can be done. You need to perform factory restore."
He also told me never to install Windows updates.
I argued with him for a while, be he remained adamant that Windows updates are all non-essential and will only cause problems with Toshiba drivers. I'm sorry, but that is a load of rubbish.
Especially coming from Toshiba support personnel.
I'm very unhappy with the response, and there is nothing that I can do to resolve this issue.