Question about Toshiba Satellite A105-S4004 Notebook
I have had this toshiba A105 for about 7 months and everything has been great, until now. The LCD will randomly go into a flicker fit. I can still carry out a process using the tab keys so the computer is still working, seems like a display prob. when I move the mouse it flickers at different speeds and eventually turns white. I tried moving the lid back and forth, but the only way to get rid of it is to reboot. help!
If the outside temperature was 90 degrees F or better and was in the car for an hour or more in the sun then I would contact the manufacturer to get it on the record. You probably have about 3 months left on your warranty so I would make it their problem. If its software you're only out time, however, if its hardware you will be lucky to diagnose the problem and get it repaired inside 30 days. The killer with a warranty repair is that you won?t get an extension of your warranty. That means you will have to exercise the heck out of the laptop to make sure the repair was the real problem and not just a symptom of something else.
Posted on Aug 02, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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