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You'll need to troubleshoot your laptop in order to know what the exact problem is. First try to plug it in with the battery on and try turning the laptop on. Next would be to remove the battery and plug the computer. If this doesn't work then it's definitely the AC Adapter and you'll probably need to call toshiba to purchase a new one from them or if you're still under warranty then have it replaced. They also have some qualifiers on whether an AC adapter or battery is qualified for replacement even if it's under warranty. Just call them on 1-800-457-7777 and ask their technical support reps about this.
No solution, mine does the same exact thing but blinks orange five times. I got an error message that said click to fix it. I did it and the computer tried to reset itself but simply died. With brick cord out...nothing happens. Same with battery same with power cord in. The battery was fine.
It may have died during a forced windows update.
I hope someone comes along otherwise it's "buy a mobo" and buy a battery and so on....
Without testing the complete power circuit there is no way to know what needs replaced. the motherboard will most likely cost as much as a new laptop though. They are like the LCD screens. You can buy a new laptop for 4450 now days but to replace a motherboard or LCD screen you'll pay $500 to $700 not counting labor.
hi ruthie. turn the laptop over and you will see a sliding button in the u pper left area. slide it over to open the battery compartment. then just lift out the old battery and insert the new one. replace the cover and plug in your computer to charge the battery.
chek in bios setup your hard disk is detect or not.
when u power up the laptop press F2 or DEL or F5 or F12 then u see bios menu.then if your hard disk not detect disable sata.if u detect your hard disk set harddisk as first boot device then save settings.
but if u see first windows then blank scrrreen u need to do nothing.just do following.
when u power up the laptop press F8 key then u get safe mode and etc menu.
go to enable vga mode thwen u enter in windows xp set your display resolution to 800*600 or 1024*768
Actually, if it is beeping as though the battery is low even while it is plugged in, it is because the battery is no longer any good and is sucking all the power from the wall. You need to purchase a new battery. Until you get a new battery, you can simply remove the battery and use the laptop plugged in. That will stop it from turning off. Been there - done that. Hope that helps! ; )