Question about Computers & Internet
I am a graduate student, and any help is greatly appreciated :)
I think the problem might be in your laptop screen,did you try to turn it on in different positions,I mean the part between keyboard and screen might be broken.I suggest you first reinstall windows/mac or whatever,then try in different positions(move you'r screen up down),and if nothing work,take it on service :/
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm sorry to say that it looks like the hard drive is going or has gone bad. You can try removing it, and checking to see if it could be loose, but in virtually every case that I've seen this, the drive was dying.
If you can connect the drive to another machine as a secondary (you may need an adapter if IDE, Sata would work directly) drive, you may be able to pull some or all of your files, if the drive has not completely gone bad, and assuming where it is going bad is not where your data is stored.
The good news is that if you buy a new drive, you will need to reinstall your OS and applications, but it is likely that the machine would then work fine.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
SOURCE: Laptop monitor goes black
If you're working on the computer when that happens, it's not probably a power setting. Try to update your BIOS to the most current version at the toshiba support website (support.toshiba.com) & see what happens. Fixes the issue most of the time
I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
This problem is likely caused by overheating. The CPU reaches a temp to high and shuts the system down. When you try to turn it on the system is still to hot and it will not let the computer power on. You can try blowing out the fans and heat sink with an air compressor or can of compressed air. If this does not help the problem you may need to have thermal compound reapplied. If that does not fix it it will need a new heatsink/fan/
Posted on May 21, 2009
Go to "POWER OPTIONS" in the control panel.
You will see 4 options under "Power Schemes"
1. Turn Off Monitor.
2. Turn Off Hard Disks
3. System Stand By
Make sure that you select the option "Never", for all of them.... Hope that should work
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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