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My toshiba m105-s3074 lcd blank

My lcd screen looks blank but hold a flashlight up to it reveals the images are there. How do I fix it? Laptop Toshiba M105-S3074

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  • diecastbutch Oct 30, 2008

    According to Toshiba, the switch that turns the screen on and off is the problem but I can't find the switch.



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The lcd would probably have to be replaced. you should take it into a local repair shop.

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Manual for toshiba m105-s3074


Go to this link:
Satellite M105 S3074 Support Toshiba
Select the MANUALS AND SPECS tab. Download your manual. You'll need Acrobat Reader to read it. If you don't have reader, go here:
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Hope this helps!

Jan 01, 2015 | Toshiba PC Laptops

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I have a problem about my laptop if i turn it on my screen are still blank but my laptop is still working.. can i ask if what is the problem about my laptop. pls help me... tnx!


Although your Toshiba portable computer appears to be on and running, there is no image on the built-in LCD display screen Look closely at the LCD display screen. If you can see a faint image on the screen, the display screen's fluorescent backlight may be turned off. Shining a flashlight directly at the screen will make it much easier to see whether or not there is a screen image actually present, though not lit up. On most Toshiba portable computers, there is a small plastic or metal pin near one of the LCD display lid hinges. When the display lid is shut (closed), this pin is pressed against an internal switch which turns off the backlight, saving battery power. You may be able to turn the backlight on again by tapping this pin repeatedly. The normal screen image will then suddenly appear, or re-appear.If there appears to be no display image at all, the problem is probably not related to the backlight. In this case, press and hold the Fn key and then press the F5 key several times, pausing several seconds between each keypress. This will cycle through several display output modes: Internal, External, Simultaneous, and possibly one or two more.If no image appears on the LCD display after cycling through the Fn-F5 sequence, try doing so with an external CRT monitor attached, if possible. If you still see no image, on either screen, try restarting the computer with the CRT monitor connected.If you see a screen image that looks normal when the computer is first powered on, or when you try to enter the BIOS Setup during the power-on sequence, it's an indication of a software problem (a driver or an application that's launched while the computer is loading Windows, possibly). Try downloading the display drivers for the computer from the Toshiba Support website, and then re-installing them.If the LCD screen or an external CRT monitor is blank only while the computer is first powered-on, but then works fine, it's probably not an indication of a problem. Some models display no text or images during the startup process. Additionally, installing some Windows Updates may delay the appearance of the familiar Windows desktop.If there are blank margins bordering the image on the LCD screen, launch the Windows Control Panel, then double-click the Display icon. Click the Settings tab, and then adjust the Screen Resolution setting until image fills the entire LCD screen, which will cause the margins to disappear.If the font size on an external CRT monitor seems too small for comfortable viewing, try clicking the Advanced button on the Settings page, and then adjust the DPI (dots per inch) value. Try 120DPI and 135DIP, to begin with. Avoid changing the DPI to much greater values, in order to avoid settings that will be difficult to change.
  1. Hold down the power button for approximately 10 seconds until the computer turns off.

  2. Verify that neither one of these keys are stuck in the down position:

    the Tab key (arrows pointing left and right)

    the tilde key ( ~ and ` characters)

  3. Turn the computer on.

  4. If either of the keys above appears to be stuck in the down position, and if the issue is not corrected by pressing these keys repeatedly, then service is required.

Aug 17, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite L455D-S5976 Notebook

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Hi can You tell me where can I find all drivers for toshiba satelitte m105-s3074 for Windows XP (SP3) ????? Thank You a lot for Your help :)


Hello,

Here it is, Please follow the below link and download all the drivers you need for your PC Notebook.

Its an official Toshiba website.

http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/modelContent.jsp?ct=DL&os=&category=&moid=1372985&rpn=PSMA0U&modelFilter=M105-S3074&selCategory=3&selFamily=1073768663

Cheers

Nov 02, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite M105-S3074 Notebook

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Need the driver of m105-s3074 i can not find on site


You can download any/all the Windows XP or Vista device drivers for your model laptop from the Toshiba WEB site from their download page.
Make sure you enter the model of your laptop so you can get the correct drivers.
Use this link :-.
http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp#

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Memory slot #2 in the Toshiba Satellite M105 - S3074


The second memory chip is directly under the keyboard. you need to gently pry off the plastic cover above the keyboad that has the speaker grid on it. under there you will find the screws to remove the keyboard and then under the keyboard you will find the additional chip. I maxed mine out with 4gb. but since I'm only running 32 bit it only uses 3gb. If your gonna upgrade be sure to do it in pairs.

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Videos won't blay on laptop


try to download a k-lite video codecs i think the video that you play is not supported by player.

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Screen blank


The problem is likely the inverter for the LCD screen. Do a search on laptop screen repairs and you'll find out more about it. doc...

Aug 25, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A15-S127 Notebook

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BROKEN LCD... BURNED TRANSISTOR


better bring it to the toshiba service center

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