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HOW DO I REPLACE MY MOTHERBOARD IN MY TOSHIBA SATELLITE

I WAS PLAYING A GAME I CLOSED IT FOR ABOUT 3 MIN THEN WHEN I CAME BACK TO RESUME PLAYING THE SCREEN WAS BLACK THE YELLOW LIGHT ON THE FRONT IS BLINKING BUT THERES NOTHING ON TH SCREEN AT ALL

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You mean the problem is the motherboard?
....THE SCREEN WAS BLACK THE YELLOW LIGHT ON THE FRONT IS BLINKING BUT THERES NOTHING ON TH SCREEN AT ALL...
what you do...
first, try the to hook up the 15 pin vga in the laptop to the monitor..if the display is commin in the external monitor..it means NO need to replace the motherboard..you must check the lcd..or the cable or the FL inverter...you can e-mail me if you want to know more about this: genxtuae@hotmail.com

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