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Re: pc will not turn on
I would be willing to bet your Power Supply has failed. A new supply should cost you less than 80 dollars and take no more than 15 minutes to install. Take out your old supply and take it to a Computer Shop to make sure you get the right style.
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Is the PC on but there is no backlight on the monitor, look at the screen real good there are these things that provide the backlight for the monitor and sound like yours filed, they are cheap to replace and instructions are available online.
Sorry I dont remember what they are called, I have had 2 monitor do this including my laptop.
best way to trouble shoot a monitor is to plug into a different monitor do you have a desktop monitor you can try?also alot of laptops have a small button that turns monitor off when you shut it down around the base of the monitor make sure it isnt stuck.is it going into hibernation? try pulling the battery and unplugging it then plugging it back in.if it is stuck in hibernation that should work.
yes44_yes, If your laptop is only about six months old, I would go to the Toshiba website & register your laptop then Call the tecch support line at (800) 457-7777 most toshiba laptop come with a factory 1 year warranty unless it is a refurbished unit. Then it only has a 30day warranty.
usually shut down when idle(idle means no key or mouse activity).........left click mouse in any space on desktop,select properties,in properties window select screensaver and lower in the screen youll see power settings..select it...in power schemes change time best suited or select never.
It sounds like you need to adjust your setting when you close the lid. If you set it to do nothing when the lid closes that should sort out your problem. Often it won't let you adjust them so if you uninstall the power management and then do the adjustments in the power settings then you should be ok