I turned off my laptop. when i tried to turn it on again nothing appears on the screen, but there's a sound that it actually turned-on. i might have pressed a key or done something. what should i do to fix this.
I have a problem with my laptop, it turns to blackout. then i try to turn it off, then after turning if off i try to turn on my laptop, but the screen was the same. It's blackout. theirs nothing that can display it's fully blackout. So what should i do with that?
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Re: screen black out
Best way to trouble shoot a monitor is to plug into a different monitor do you have a desktop monitor you can try?also alot of laptops have a small button that turns monitor off when you shut it down around the base of the monitor make sure it isnt stuck.is it going into hibernation? try pulling the battery and unplugging it then plugging it back in.if it is stuck in hibernation that should work.
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remove the battery and replace again and plug the adapter and turn on laptop.
if you cant see anything .please look carefully your lcd panel and see it is starting up and bios messages.
your back light cct is gone....
i think no problem with flash player and it was hardware failure..
its looks ur screen is DEATH.........as u only have the set for 18 months i assume u have no warrentie left' may go in touch with TOSHIBA and tell them ur problem u have...... but it looks to me u need a new screen,,,,,or may a service will solve ur problem,,,,,it may cost u .......but may cheaper as a new screen
Try taking the memory out and then put it back in making sure it seated correctly then start using AC power lead it's probably caused by letting the battery get too low before recharging.Use a start up disc to get it going if you have to. Good luck
It looks like a dead hard drive... To check your hard drive and see if you can repair it yourself,
reboot your computer
press simultaneously the "cmd" and "s" keys at startup
if you see a black screen with white text, type:
fsck -f and hit enter
this does a "file system check", when finnished, type "reboot" and press enter.
If nothing better happens, you'll certainly have to brinng it to an Apple Authorized Center
It sounds like your laptop is using it's external VGA adapter for its main display. Try holding down the Function (FN) on your keyboard located on the bottom left hand side and pressing F4 at the same time.
Might be dead... try to leave it off for w while before trying again. check all connectors and if it still faisl to work your going to have to get a new one. Before that check your warranty and dealer and se if anything is coverd. best of luck