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It should be 30 pins. However, it depends on the last part of the 5315-XXXX; XXXX being the last four of the complete model number. As a quick research tool, you can put your laptop model number in the search bar in eBay and look up the screen that way. Look up the listing, it should tell you how many pins are in the screen.
As another option, remove the screen from the back cover and lookup the model number located on the back of the screen.
I might be able to help you, but it's important to know the model and
make of the computer because some models are known for certain issues
(Example: Dell Latitude D620 is known for having graphics chip that burn
out after about three years ) You need to tell us the make (Dell,
Emachine, Toshiba, Fujitsu, etc) and the model number (Example: D620,
T4920 etc) So get us that info and mayhaps we can help you <:0)
go to toshiba.com and get the customer service number under "contact us". Call them with your model number and they will tell you whether or not you have warranty and if you do, they will send a box out to you and you will have to ship it out to them. Sipping will be covered by them if the system is indeed under warranty.
No that is not true. Each manufacturer assigns the model and serial numbers regardless of where you purchased it.
Here is the # for Costco's Concierge service (Tech Support):
Also, you can download Belarc Advisor, and it will scan your laptop. Not only will it tell you your model and serial #, it will tell you your license #'s for your programs and it will tell you everything that is installed on the laptop. Download it from this link: http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
You'll have to take the screen out of it's housing (involves taking the screen entirely off the laptop, and then removing the bezel around the glassy area by removing the screws under the little circles of plastic) and remove it from the hinges and then finally, you'll be able to see a sticker on the back that has the actual model number of the screen. be sure that it's an exact match to the exact model number. Even if the connector fits, the controller might be different and it won't work at all. Compare pictures, compare model numbers, try to see if they'll guarantee it working on your exact model of laptop (unlikely, but it's worth trying).
See this document by Dell about how to take the screen out. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully.