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Re: Hello my mt6707 notebook
Your back light went out if you can see a faint display on the screen... Is there a post beep? If not I suggest: Unplug and remove battery Take RAM out Let it sit for 15-20 minutes Try again. If this doesn't work try different RAM
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It sounds like the 'High Contrast' Accesabiliy option in windows has been truned on. This is a setting that a person who has visual imparement might use to be able to see the screen and text better. To turn this off :
Click Start->Control Panel
Double Click the 'Accessibility Options 'icon
Click on the 'display' tab
Remove the check mark from 'Use High Contrast'
Your screen will return to it's not color/size settings.
The only thing i can think of is to plug a post card into you micro pci slot and let that do the hard work .!
strip and reassemble checking every connection cpu seating and lenth of screws in right places i have had it previous that wrong lenth screws in wrong places can short out and cause all sorts of problems and damage.
hook it up to another monitor then control panel then display see i8f something was changed in there
otherwise your screen may have gone but it's only two years old
what were you doing when you lost your screen
Definitely try without the battery. These models are known to have a "short" problem, usually with the palm rest, which causes this failure, although it usually is more sporatic, and doesn't happen 100% of the time.
Also, can you remove all but 1 piece of memory.
Good luck, and let us know what happens.
When The Light Is Blue You are getting Power To The Unit. Have You Tried removing the battery Leave The Power Cord Pluged Into The Side Of The Unit. Then Try To Power The Unit Up Again. If Nothing Happens. Chck The manual I Think There Is A Reset Button Somewhere On The Machine Most Toshibas Have Them Somewhere. Hope This Works