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My Toshiba A105 has a black screen just as if it were't on. What do i do?

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  • rltarrant197 Jan 12, 2009

    That didnt work?

  • anartey Feb 02, 2009

    I have A105-s4034 . I left it on over night to scan for virus, accidentally i covered the fan ventilation. when i got up in te morning the screen has gone blank, i have connected it a monitor but nothing works, i have tested the memories they are OK, I have thought it was the Processor I have changed IT, the problem is still the same. When you start it the power lamp comes on, and that's all.I need help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You should take the battery off and replug it and start again.I think it will work

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The Toshiba A105 notebook computer is made for mobile computer users who need optimal processing power. The LCD screen is a 15.4 diagonal widescreen with TruBright technology. The laptop has a fast hard drive access rate that is in the 3ms range for the paging and access of data. There are problems that can occur with the Satellite A105 that can be solved by knowing what to look for when troubleshooting the system.

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use the same key combination once again it will give you your display back...

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