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Won't boot up past the Toshiba screen

It boots to the first screen "Toshiba", but then stops. no buttons will function, so I am unable to go to any boot menus or bios options.

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Unplug any external devices. Remove additional memory if added. Take out battery and unplug ac adaptor. Press power button and hold for 20 seconds. Plug it back into the mains and try to turn on again. If this will not work replace mainboard.

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