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Blank screen Removed and inserted DIMM module, WLAN module, hard disk drive module and ODD module. Now when I turn on the screen is black/blank.

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I'm sure you removed the battery and unplugged before this. Why did you do all the things listed? what was the original problem?

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(1) flip the Notebook/Laptop PC over - see Fig.1 below
(2) find the memory cover - it really easy to find in this photo.

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Fig.1 Toshiba M35X bottom view - the memory cover is seen at center left and secured by a single screw.

(3) remove the (1) screw securing the memory cover.

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Fig. 2 Toshiba M35X laptop shown with memory cover removed and HDD (Hard Disk Drive) removed, and with the HDD cover flipped up.
The RAM (SO-DIMM boards) are visible at center left.
The HDD cover is seen at the bottom of the photo.

(4) Using proper anti-static/static control techniques, clip alligator clip or your anti-static wrist strap to a frame ground of the laptop at an I/O connector or frame ground under the HDD cover.
(5) carefully remove (2) old 256 MB SO-DIMM DDR333 memory modules.
Store old memory boards in the anti-static plastic baggie in which the new memory boards were shipped.
(6) install (2) new 1GB SO-DIMM DDR333 boards, for total of 2GB of system RAM.
(7) reassemble system, and boot OS (operating system).
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(8) If OS is MSWindows, it will also auto-detect the new memory, and allocate it to application software.

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Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DDR_SDRAM
Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SO-DIMM

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Fig.3 Each 1GB SO-DIMM DDR333 memory module will look like this one.
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Each memory module can hold (a) 256MB, (b) 512MB, or (c) 1GB,
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I have a tx1410 touchscreen hp laptop I have a black screen when i turn on my computer and all the buttons are lighting up. Everything works but the black screen. I put a dvd disk to boot it up and then...


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First you need to check if you did not have any flash drive or device attached to your laptop when you turned it off. Because if you do, your system will not booth completely, you will only be having a black screen, and to solve that, you just remove your battery and insert in back then try to turn it on.

Ensure you have the battery fully charged. Then turn it on. If that does not help, then the problem could be a hardware problem, which could be that the module is faulty and the screen is not lighting up or the hard disk is disconnected or the RAM is not connected properly.

The module is like the flex on the laptop that assists the information from the motherboard be read on the screen. So if it is faulty then you will not be able to see anything.

For that, you need to open it up and replace the module. If it is the hard disk, just tighten the connection and the RAM too, then try to couple it back together and turn it on.

Try to hold down control+alt+delete to see if the task manager comes up, if it does, then you know it is not the module, then you select task manager and run an operating system disk, to format your hard drive and run a new operating system.

These are a list of most likely problems that can affect the screen of your laptop.

If you are not familiar with such technical activity (loosening the laptop), i will strongly advice you seek technical assistance from a professional, to avoid shock or further damage in the unit.

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The problem might be with the static charges on the motherboard, LCD screen, RAM or with the Hard Disk. Try the followings.

Remove Static Charges:
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2. Remove the Battery.
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Still same, remove and reseat the RAM and Hard Disk. Check the below link for service manual.

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01602064.pdf

Refer to page 128 of 278 (Memory Module)
NOTE: If you have more than one memory module, you should test them individually to determine if one or both of them are faulty. Insert each module separately, then turn on the notebook to determine if the inserted module is working. Once you have determined which memory module is faulty, you can replace the faulty module and reseat the working module.
Refer to Page 123 of 278 (Hard Disk)

If still the same, you need to contact HP for hardware repair.

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  2. Before beginning, review electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions.
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    1. Slide the battery lock to the unlock position.
    2. Slide the battery release latch.
    3. Lift the battery out of the bay.

  6. Remove the hard drive kit screw.
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  7. Slide the hard drive kit out if the computer.
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  8. If your new hard drive already includes the hard drive kit bracket, go to step 13. – OR –

Adding or Replacing Memory Modules

  1. Shut down the computer, and then disconnect the power adapter and modem and network cables.
  2. Turn the computer over, and then remove the battery.
  3. Loosen the memory bay cover screw.
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  4. Remove the memory bay cover.
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  5. To remove a memory module, locate the two clips on each side of a memory module, and then slowly press outward on the two clips at the same until the module tilts upward.
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  6. Pull the memory module out of the slot.
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  7. Hold the new or replacement module at a 30-degree angle and press it into the empty memory slot. This module is keyed so that it can only be inserted in one direction. If the module does not fit, verify that the notch in the module lines up with the tab in the memory bay.
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  8. Gently push down on the SO-DIMM and make sure that the two clips on each side of the SO–DIMM click into place.
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  9. Replace the memory bay cover.
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  10. Replace the memory bay cover screw.
If you need to do something further, write back.
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