Question about Toshiba (P000204210) Motherboard
Toshiba L300 145 after getting water on keybord stoped working. Now makes like 1 click when you power it with cable, and don't have battery inside. Is it dead already ?
I think the water may have damaged it already. You could try opening it up and drying it out. May or may not work but it's worth a try before shelling out $$ for a replacement. Sorry. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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