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Labtop not booting

The start key turns on but it is not booting and the screen remains completly black; no light or sound is coming on.

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  • Gwenk Oct 20, 2008

    Computer comeson all Icons are not visable gives the PDF icon instead, Start button boots up sometimes but unable to log on to any programs

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Try pressing F12 when you see the toshiba logo appear,this will access the bios

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