Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4407 Notebook
I'm having trouble with my Toshiba A135-S4407. I have no display. I tried using an external monitor because I thought the inverter was bad. No dice. I installed another hard drive and still no response. I can hear the hard drive start for a second or two and then nothing. Also, the caps light does not work since this problem started. Any suggestions for a newb? Is there a possibility the mother board is bad? Thanks in advance!!
Yes, there is a very good chance your motherboard is bad. If you haven't already, please remove one of your two memory chips from the memory bank ( bottom of the laptop ), and try powering up again. Sometimes a bad or loose memory chip can cause a no post issue. If you're still having the same problem, then the only other piece of hardware in your laptop aside from the motherboard that can cause "no video" would be the cpu. Requires a complete tear down of laptop and a known good cpu to test. However, from my personal experiences the A100 series motherboards are notorious for having motherboard problems so it's most likely the motherboard. I can repair your laptop at a great price. Email for info : firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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