Toshiba a75 s-206 cuts on than idk!!!!helpppppp!!!!!!!!!
I have a toshiba a75 s-206 that cut on to the toshiba screen and i can go into bios and everything but thats it after it leaves that screen the screen stays black and never does anything else. i am thinking that it has something to do with the os cause it doesnt even load that so i dont know please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Try F6 or try another function key (one at a time please) when you first turn it "on". Be careful when messing with BIOS, write down what you change first and then change it. This way you can change it back, in most cases. Read the manual on the Toshiba site, if you want to cut the chase to find out which function key it is.
Seems like a common issue with A505's. After a fruitless google search I basically went to speaker balance (which I had to google how to for win7!) and increased level to max for both left and rights and so far so good. Hope that helps.
Go to "Control Panel", click on it, then click on "Appearance and Themes" click on "Screen Saver", Look towards the bottom of the screen and find "Monitor Settings", click on "Power". Check to see if the setting have changed, I set all my settings to "Never", that way I can shut them down when I want to.
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Following factors could be causing this problem and solution as well:
1) Cable Cut: check is to see if the cable between the screen and laptop is pinched or cut. Every laptop has this wire that runs through one of the hinges
2) If this problem temporary i mean for some seconds then it could be a short signal cut problem to screen which causes screen distortion
3) Connect an external monitor and restart the laptop. If you see the same
strip on the external video, then that is the motherboard or the video
card problem in case you have a video card on your laptop apart from integrated graphics chip
Check you memory Remove and put back(Make sure remove the power and battery first), Check your bios /CMOS time. try again. No solved
Try to access the F8 and scan your computer, no solved, See TechGuy.
Most likely you have a loose video connection. Reseat the ribbon cable that connects the LCD screen to the motherboard.
This connector is located under the plastic panel that holds the power and various switches near the bottom edge of the LCD screen.
You're in a trouble. If you can get to the motherboard, you could try removing the CMOS battery. This probably won't help, because most laptop CMOS is backed-up.
So you should contact Toshiba with the problem. The chip, which contains the BIOS, on the motherboad needs to be replaced with one, containing a working BIOS for your motherboard. Or your motherboard is to be replaced.