Hello you wonderful people out there who can help me!!!! I have a challenge for you...
I have no idea if this is possible to fix...I know all about contrast, brightness, etc. and have worked to set those how I want without incident.
The problem, unfortunately, seems to be the way the laptop screen was created in that when my screen is where I want it (i.e. straight up and down) it is kind of cloudy (due to the glare of lights in the room...any room). It's only when I lean the screen pretty far backwards that I finally have everything looking the way I want it.
I just bought this baby and this problem is MUY annoying!!!! Does anyone have any ideas? THANKS SO MUCH IN ADVANCE...you are all AWESOME!!!!! :) ~K
PS This is about my Toshiba L305D-S5893, which wasn't listed as one of the options, so ignore whatever that box says. Thanks! :)
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Most likely your inverter board is dead. The board sits under the bezel along the bottom of the screen. This is a moderately challenging repair. Typically involving removing the screen at the hinge and then with a plastic pry bar disassembling the screen to get to the board. I've seen these boards range from $40-140
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There is a little plastic thing in the front part of the unit. push this and it will now come out, now you can put in your SD/MMC memory card Please rate our solutions and if you still have problems please call back for more ideas to help you
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The only way to obtain the response for the challenge code is to send your unit to an authorized repair facility. I work at the depot repair facility in Lou.Ky. And we have to send a request to Japan or California to get the response code.
hello guys For the password to be removed the battery will not remove the password the only way to remove it is by hardware on this laptop or you can contact Toshiba with the challenge code. 1. At the BIOS password prompt ("PASSWORD = "), press and release the following keys, one after another: Ctrl, Tab, Ctrl, Enter The computer's response should be: PC Serial No.= XXXXXXXXX Challenge Code= XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX Response Code= if you have any questions please email me or check my forum www.biosmasters.com/Forum1/index.php