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When I power up lights come on and then it powers down? Tired plugging and unplugging power lead, which works as power light goes on and off tried power down on the power button and then powering back on tried taking the battery out and refitting then starting again. the processer goes through a cycle and then powers off each time, with nothing on the screen? I have hooked up another monitor and used the functon keys to link to that monitor but nothing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Laptop will not power on at all.
Don't know what you have for a laptop, so will have to give you a generic process, here. Power down. Remove hard drive, remove cd reader and/or floppy drive. Remove memory cards. Replace only 1 memory card in the main slot (probably marked as slot 1). Try to power it back up and let us know what happens.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
Here's a link to a good article that will help you to troubleshoot the startup error. You might also check Toshiba support online and see what the error light code indicates.
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Posted on Jun 06, 2009
if u know repairing laptop ,u just open the back case of that and remove full outlet & see where the screen display chip is attached to the motherboard,if u see that u just remove the screws and clean it, afterwords add some heat sink compound to that and attach with screws,this is the best best solution & do it carefully
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
Sounds like the infamous electrolytic capacitor plague (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague -- also read the discussion page)
In the early years of this century chinese spys stole a formula for novel electrolyte from a leading Japanese chemical company but unfortunately they only copied page 1 of the two-page recipe. The incomplete electrolyte went into many millions of capacitors reducing their life span dramatically. I understand these capacitors were made until 2004. That's about the time the G320 was manufactured, at least mine.
I opened and disassembled everything, I saw some "swollen" 1500uF/6.3V capacitors, replaced them and the G320 would start again.
This may sound easier than it was, however. I live in a country where computers aren't made no more and spare parts are hard to find. The G320 has 4 of the above caps in upright position and 4 placed horizontally. I could only get some larger types that do fit horizontally but not vertically. Thus I had to replace a bad vertical one by one of the remaining good horizontal ones and then replace the horizontal ones by the bigger ones.
If you re-assemble your G320 make sure you use the shortest 3 screws for the the points where the upper cover is fastened to the metal sheet frame that presses the cpu against the heat sink. If you use a longer screw (which I did) you may experience that a destroyed 4x56 ohms resistor network chip on the mainboard can also be hard to be relaced in non computer producing countries.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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