Question about Toshiba Satellite PSK0QU01200D L645D-S4056 Notebook PC - AMD Turion II
- battery has been dead, been using laptop with power plugged in. - started having trouble getting screen to turn back on after it "sleep" (turns black after being idle) myfix:>> shut power off, wait a few minutes, turn it back on. **worked, for a moment - screen stopped turning on completely myfix:>> followed instructions from several websites: - took battery off - unplugged power - pressed on power button for a few seconds - plugged back in without battery - pressed button **worked a couple of times. - stopped working, but still has power. (i think) CURRENT STATE: 1. plugged in to power source: - 1st front indicator light turns solid white, remaining 5 stays off 2. power button pushed: - "caps lock" light flashes once - 1st & 2nd indicator lights turns solid white, remaining 4 stays off - "booting up" sound starts but stops, as if it just got lazy - can hear low sound, as if there's something going on inside, but it's not pulling thru. ==pls help me fix this, or atleast know what i can do about this issue im having. i tried to be as detailed as i can describing the situation im dealing with, but if there's anything that doesn't make sense, please feel free to ask me questions. ==thank you for taking your time reading this, and advance thank you for your help. ==have a great day... =)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power light flashing/ no picture
I have the same problem. The only way to get the TV to come on is to unplug it, but once you get it back on it turns itself off again in a few minutes.
Posted on Jul 19, 2007
Remove all connectors, media and devices (cables, USB devices, floppies, CDs etc)
1. Press AND hold the power button for 10 seconds. Light should go out.
2. Remove battery.
3. Plug in PSU (the AC power supply unit)
4. Press power button.
5. If the laptop starts, go all the way to desktop and run the laptop for 20 minutes or so.
6. Shut down and remove PSU.
7. Re-attach PSU and then insert battery.
8. start laptop. If it starts, go all the way to desktop and use laptop for an hour or so, to monitor the battery state, see if it is charging. If it is, go to step 9. If not, test PSU and battery, to see which needs replacement.
9. Otherwise open START MENU/SETTINGS/CONTROL PANEL/POWER SETTINGS.
10. Uncheck HIBERNATION in the tab that applies.
11. Set all spin down, sleep/suspend and monitor settings to "never".
12. Apply/OK and Close Power CP
13. Now leave laptop on, let the laptop sit, idle (or use it) for at least 3 hours.
14. Shut down and remove PSU, then restart.
15. If the laptop will not start, or did not show a full charge before shutting down, replace the battery.
16. Go back and set spin down/suspend and monitor power settings to DEFAULT, but do not use hibernation any more on a 3 year old laptop!
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
SOURCE: CPU Upgrade
You pulled the processor out of your laptop ... that was a brave move ... generally laptop boards are fully integrated so there is very few options on changing the processor ... also because of the extreme heating conditions the heat sink bonding is very critical ... make sure you replace this properly or you will have overheating issues in the future ...
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
I worked on one of these a few months back, it about drove me the nuthouse!!!!!!! after some long hours of going over every chip and connection in that laptop, and by now a couple more gray hairs, I started my search for help. It turns out there was a class action law suit for this product (not sure now on date) but I'm sure of the M35X. There is a issue with stress fractures in the motherboard, along with a couple of bad soldering connections on the board as well. This one I was working on was so strange it even started to boot as I had the HD half way out of the machine and no battery!!! Sounds like you need a new board, sorry! Just make sure if you do, get a good warranty and extend it!
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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