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Re: laptop screen is black
Onsidering that the Laptop is still powering on:
Take out your battery and the power button for about 60secs.
Start the laptop using the Adapter [without the battery]
Lighten up your laptop...remove any external device attached [printer,scanner,pen drives etc.].
It could also be a RAM problem,try changing the RAM if you have two start with one and exchange them.
After that when the system starts you can do the system restore START--ALL PROGRAMS--ACCESSORIES--SYSTEM TOOLS--SYSTEM RESTORE to restore it back to an earlier date when laptop was ok.THEN LATER ON PUT THE BATTERY BACK IN.
Try restarting after an hour gap.
If this doesn't solve your problem call the company people.Their might be a Video Card problem or any other internal hardware problem.
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This is a tricky situation, any fluid that ends up inside can cause a cascade effect, hours, days, weeks and even months before the full efects are known. You could end up changing the screen and down the road face major failure in the motherboard. Under the circumstances I would consider a laptop replacement.
When you turn on your laptop and the you see the Toshiba logo start tapping F8 and it will take you to Windows Advanced Options. Select Safemode with networking. Go to Toshiba's website and install video driver if not Do a system restore to a the day before it started happening. Hope that helps.
Hi, according to what I understand his equipment it operates well, only that the screen appears in black, does not show anything on the screen, though the equipment operates well, it is possible that the fault this one in the FL Inverter, that is the inverter of current of the screen, which gives the take-off of the lamp of back light, the same one is in the low part of the screen behind of wave mask of the screen
Try booting and entering the Bios settings, generally you hit delete while the system powers up, if the screen works fine here it is probably a windows resolution issue. You can press F8 before the system tries to load windows and enter safe mode. Reconfigure your resolution here and try it again.
Just bought a Satellite & had same problem. Toshiba Support confirmed the 'Processor Power Management' fix. Within both the Min AND Max Processor State options you should set BOTH the Battery and Power Adapter options to 100%