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Will not boot

I have a satellite a135, it was working last night, just booted it up and the screen is staying black any thoughts??

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I would try to hook up a monitor to it to determine if it is just the screen or worse. There is a toggle button you usually have to use to activate the external connection. I'm not sure what the toshiba uses. i have an HP & it uses a combo of the blue key / F4 to toggle the screens used. Also sometimes rotating the screen at different angles will temporarily help if it is a faulty connection.

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Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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