Question about Toshiba Satellite M35-S320 Notebook
I have a wonderful Toshiba Satellite M35-S359 computer (upgraded RAM, etc) that I dropped a month ago - the shop told me that I had a bad motherboard. I bought a not-perfect used M35-S320.
Anyway I want to take the motherboard from the M35-S320 and put it in my M35-S359, restart with my Toshiba startup disk and reset. WIll this work???
(the S320 comments that the display has problems, probably a "bad Inverter Board" based on message board comments, so I want to use my S359.).
If the M35-S320 case is OK and the M35-S359 screen is OK and will fit the M35-S320 then I would swap the LCD screen lid and inverter over to the M35-S320 including the hard drive from the M35-S359.
It would be less work and with luck it might boot up, if not you might be able to do a system repair, worst case, you will need to reinstall Windows. Plus you have a spare drive from the M35-S320 which you can use as an external hard drive with an USB hard drive adapter case.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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