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You need to determin if the display is defective or the video card.
Connect a know working display to your PC and if you are able to view the display, your video card is fine and the display must be defective.
Try connecting the display to another PC and see if it works, if not your display is defective.
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CL is child lock. See your users manual for unlocking the child lock procedure. Usually it involves pressing 1 or 2 buttons for 3 to 5 seconds. Many machines actually have a lock button you press for 3 - 5 seonds. Others use the stop pause button.
You need to check if the issue is with the LCD or with the video card. Please try to connect the laptop to a different monitor or another display device. If you get display or any images then you need to get the lcd replaced otherwise its a video card issue.
may be u have problem with the display driver or u have a corrupted windows xp try to run the windows in "ENABLE VGA MODE" if it works fine then just reset the display settings else u have to try to repair / reinstall winxp
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could be 2 main causes, either the LCD converter under or behind the screen under the beizel has failed and is messing up the display, or simply the sreen could have been cracked at one point, either way these parts have to be obtained from toshiba.. EMPR do toshibas spare parts, if you are in australia