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Toshiba M45, no display, no boot, display button lights up about 3 seconds.

Toshiba Satellite M45 Laptop. When I press the start button It lights up for about 3 seconds and then goes out. No display, no bios display. I can press any key but the light around the start button goes out again and that is it. I pulled the mother board out but there is no visible problem. I tested the hard disk in another computer and it works ok. Have not tested the ram chip. The power supply is also OK. I also put in a boot CD but it does not boot. Any clues? Thanks, Rainer Luppa, helu1@iprimus.com.au

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I have same problem with L30/L35 mainboard

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