Question about Toshiba Satellite Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
It is may be blow off protection resistor or capacitors, pls check the area with multi meter
Posted on Oct 06, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok i found a couple more things...apparently you dont have to remove the battery.. I found this site that tells you two "jumpers" (solder squares) C88 i believe under the network card. But if you follow this link and follow the directions it will get you going again.
I don't know exactly at what stage you are at and i hope i didn't cause any trouble but this normally is how we take care of this problem. Unless once in a blue moon we come across one like this.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Hi! You may want to toggle the function button designated for turning the monitor on or off. Press FN button together with th efunction button that has a monitor image on it. some system uses F2 of F3 button to do this. (Example: press FN+F3 or FN+F2 button together once while computer is on to turn on system display)
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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Jul 03, 2013 | Toshiba Satellite L25-S121 Notebook
Feb 05, 2013 | Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook
Power down your Toshiba Satellite.
Unplug it from the wall.
Turn the machine over and remove the battery.
Locate the RAM compartment cover, which is usually located somewhere in the middle of the underside, and is about 4-by-4 inches.
Unscrew the RAM cover screw with a Phillips screwdriver and set aside.
Ground yourself by touching a metal object.
This will release any static electricity built up in your body, which can harm computer chips and components.
You can also use an anti-static wristband while you are working.
Remove RAM modules if needed.
This is most likely if you are upgrading the present RAM capacity with a larger RAM chip.
Press your fingers on the clips on either side of the chip to pop it out of the socket.
Pull the chip out of the RAM compartment, holding it by the sides of the circuit board rather than on the chip.
Insert the new RAM module into the socket. Align the RAM module so that the notch lines up with the tab on the side of the socket.
Gently lower the module into the socket. Press into place with your fingers.
Replace the RAM compartment cover. Insert the screw and tighten.
Replace the battery and secure with the lock.
Plug the Toshiba Satellite laptop back in and power up the system.
The upgraded RAM should be automatically recognized.
hope this helps
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