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Can't answer your screen question, but I can propose a workaround - your Toshiba laptop has a monitor port on the back - you can plug in a standard monitor, and ignore the cracked screen temporarily until you can replace it. hope this helps
The monitor port is the 15-pin analog VGA D-shell (female) port.
The online User's Guide for your Toshiba Tecra m2-S630
Connect an external USB keyboard, if there's no problems with it then remove your laptop's keyboard. First: Disconnect the ribbon connection and reconnect again
Second: If that doesn't fix the problem
Third: Buy a replacement
If the external USB Keyboard doesn't work you may have some software issues
You can download them from Toshiba here
You'll have to have the complete model number of your Tecra M2-???? to find the correct set of drivers.
If you have questions about installing updated drivers, please consult this excellent tutorial on updating your drivers: XP or Vista
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get to the mainboard there is a jumper near the cmos battery usually shows the word (jbat) near it , try to change its position for some seconds while power is off , this way will clear cmos and set the mainboard bios to default settings. start the system hit delete or F2 to enter setup then exit saving changes.