a year ago or so me and my brother got a m115 s3094 each, and a month ago my brothers laptop wont charge. at first we thought it was the ac adapter, so we tried on mines, and it was working. then we switch the batteries in case it was the battery, and the battery is fine, i was able to charge it with my laptop using his battery and ac adapter. We connected and it wont charge, but it will turn on with a full charge battery. So how can we fix the ac plug on the laptop and how much can it cost?
Re: satelite m115 s3094 will not work on AC adapter
Here's a possible solution... the power supply pin that is on the laptop should be slightly bent to make a proper connection. do the same for the battery contacts. do not apply excessive pressure as the pins will break. good luck!
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remove the battery, unplug the ac adapter and press and hold the power button for about 15-20 sec to drain power. expect no response since we're just draining the power. then put back in the battery and ac, and try to turn pc on. if nothing works, update your BIOS.
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1.By analysing your Problem,it seems Like Screen or LCD fault,to confirm that just open lower small Panel where RAM is located just remove the RAM and replace with another One.if it is shows same problem.Deffinately screen or VGA section is faulty.
If it Covers warranty take it to the nearer Toshiba Service Centre they replace the screen or VGA faulty area free of cost.
First that u need to do is to remove the battery from your toshiba laptop. Plug in the AC adapter alone and power it on. If it works, then u need to check your battery. If the notebook wont power on with the AC adapter alone, then i think its a NO POST issue. The motherboard needs to be checked.
Most likely replacing your motherboard will cost a ton of money (either the part, or the work and labor will cost a lot) . It would probably cost less to buy a used laptop with the same specs: http://cgi.ebay.com/Toshiba-satellite-m115-s3094-core-duo-laptop_W0QQitemZ250273284600QQihZ015QQcategoryZ177QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem If your laptop is under warranty, disregard what I just said, but if it isn't I would sell your broken laptop on ebay, and buy a new or used one.
If you want to keep your old data, you can just swap out your hard drive.