Question about Toshiba Satellite M45-S165 Notebook
Our Toshiba M45-S165 worked fine. My wife used it and wnet to bed and the next day when she tried to turn it on. It would not power up. We have had no problems to this point. Let me add that she was in the Philippines, and used a 220-110 converter. We bought new power supply here in USA and it's not the power cord as someone said it may have been. Any help? We have not opened up the PC. Possible a surge may have hit it? or could it using a converter? thanks
Possible Solution to your Toshiba M45-S165. disabing lelegacy support: could be one possible solution, however base on your previous posting and advice from your tech friend,I suggest you get a techneition examing the regulatory circuit of your M45-S165. This is the circuit that process that 18-20 Volts AC__from your adaptor, if this area is not serviceable you may be advice to change your mother board.
Posted on Mar 26, 2007
Need some additional information first: -Which, if any LEDs are lighting up when you try to start. -You said you purchased another A/C adaptor, was there a reason you tried that first? -Have you been having any problems with the battery before this happened? -Have you tried removing the battery and tried starting with just the A/C adaptor plugged in? If yes was there any change?
Posted on Mar 23, 2007
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