I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop 1405-S151.
There are two lines ( one yellow and one green) that run down vertically the screen.
Do I need to replace the whole screen or do I need to replace the video cable that attaches to it?
I wonder if the board that is attach to the back of the screen needs to be replaced?
I works great when I hook it up to a monitor. The lines disappear.
Well your lcd is gonna die soon.......if it is in warranty then go ahead and replace......or else you can buy care pack and extend your validity. mine laptop had the same problem and replacing the LCD solved it for me
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switch on the wireless either by a switch on the thing it's self or by holding down the FN key (bottom left of keyboard) then pressing one of the F keys i.e F1,F2 OR F8 (top of keyboard) The one with the little wireless symbol on it. Then right click on the little PC screen icon in the tray next to clock at the bottom right of your screen & select "view available wireless networks" select your WI-FI from the list then click the "CONNECT"button. put in your (SSID) & (WEP or NETWORK KEY) when asked, witch you'll find on the back of your router, then tick the box to hide the key if it's not all ready hidden, tick the save & auto connect boxes then your done. GOD LUCK if you get stuck let me know.
Although symptom is showing that AC Adaptor is not working as its not providing power to the unit. I will suggest you to perform some basic troubleshooting steps. Check if outlet is working if not check with known working outlet. If you have a multimeter you can the output of the AC adaptor.
Also you can perform full power cycle and component discharge. Take the battery out and disconnect the AC adaptor press the power button and hold about 7 seconds. After that put the AC adaptor in and test again.
If issue persist take to nearest Service center check with known working AC adaptor. After that I believe you will figure out the best solution.