Question about Toshiba Satellite P755-s5320
Looking for a replacement mother board
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How do i remove the keyboard
Usually you can remove the panel right above the keyboard, this will allow you to access the keyboard screws. The keyboard should swing up allowing you to unplug and remove it.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
Well I did a google search on A75 series and found that this is a manufacturing issue and that Toshiba should call back the laptop or provide a replacement free of cost.
What happens is that there are two cooling fan at the bottom of the laptop and the works as vacum cleaner..it blocks the heat vent and overheat the system and shuts down...at some point it does affect the powersupply and the hardware guy only has to say that we need to replace the motherboard, so if the motherboard if messed up coz of the way laptop is designed then Toshiba should replace the part.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
Since you have measured the voltage on the motherboard I must presume you are saying there is no power "indicator light" on computer. If this is not the case please clarify. If the light is absent please test the battery as these laptops are not designed to work without a battery or with a dead battery. Operating without a battery can spike the motherboard or other components and cause failure due to overvoltage. If you do have a power indicator light then next observe whether the bootup is proceeding with a beep after the POST (power on self test) and whether you can hear the movement of the hard disk drive... possibly indicating failed LCD display or display drivers/setup. Press F8 after the POST beep to get to safe mode display drivers.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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