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I have a tecra S1 toshiba laptop, when i ON the laptop, the power LED goes ON, the harddisk seems to be operating, but there is not any video on the screen, could it be the mother board?

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Hello,

In order to resolve the issue follow the steps below:

1. Turn off the laptop
2.Remove the battery
3.Remove the power adapter
4.Press and hold the power button on laptop for 1 minute in order to remove static charge.
5.Relese the power button after 1 minute and reinsert the battery and power adapter.
6.Turn the laptop on.

This should solve your problem. If the issue persists follow the steps below:

Turn off the laptop

1. Remove the Hard disk
2. Remove the memory RAM.
3.Wait for 2-3 minutes
4.Reinsert the hard disk and RAM.
5.Turn the laptop ON.

This shpuld resolve the issue. Is the issue persists than it is a clearly indication of mother board malfunction and even could be with display.

Thank you.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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