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My friend has a Toshiba Portege R705 laptop and it often just turns on in his backpack when it was put into hibernation.

Anyone have any ideas?

I think it's probably because of the lid moving up a little so how can you make it so the power button is the only way to get it to start up and not just opening the lid?

Thanks.
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I think there's options within the Power Management to configure what you want to do when the lid opens/closes.... I may be wrong. I remember seeing something like that on my lady's laptop. Either way, it's worth a shot. Otherwise, maybe a 3rd party software is out there to control this.

Also.... interesting title for thread.... I lulzzed...
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Yea, check the power options, and make sure there is no "little button" (that the lid hits to tell the system the lid is closed) is broken or slipping or anything.

That ought to fix those abortion problems you are having.
    
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Control > Power Options > Click choose what closing the lid does in the left hand pane, change hibernate to something else.

Porteges have an eco mode that disables the optical drive to save power, check those settings too.
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