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Disconnect the adaptor and remove the battery from your notebook. Then connect the power adaptor and see if it boots up. If it powers up OK now you may have a bad battery. If the notebook still will not power up, the adaptor may not be compatible or there may be a different hardware problem.
ok you cut the CMOS battery, Remove the Laptop Battery, and the AC Adapter. leave them both removed for 30 seconds. and if you still cant get out of it. Contact Toshiba Spare Parts for a new motherboard. The above solution is the only way to get it to come back.
hi, do not choose safe mode,instead choose the start normal, If still you can not load and error exist, there might be missing of your files or your files are corrupted..Format your computer and back your important files then install new (OS) Operating System.I hope this may help you.
The only solution is to take the computer to a Toshiba Authorized Service Center to have the password reset. If you have registered ownership of the computer with Toshiba they will be able to help you for a fee.
Your ac adapter may be the problem. Is the adapter in good condition. Try using your friends ac adapter since you have the same model laptop. If it charges up your battery and the light stays on your adapter is at fault. Then replace your adapter or the part of it that is at fault. It could be the plug or base. If that does not solve your problem check your dc port on the laptop itself. Shut it down. On the back of your laptop where you plug in the ac adapter there is a pin. Does the pin move? If it does then you have another problem. The port may need replacing which most repair shops don't do. They usually replace the main board which can be costly. Hopefully that's not the problem. Let me know if either of these are not the case then we can go from there.
Hope this solves your problem