Question about Toshiba satellite c660
After cleaning dust from the cooler,i also put new thermal paste on processor but i did not realize that there is also an old paste on nvidia chipset near the processor. I put it all back and start the laptop,it turned on,fan is on,but there's no start beep and there is nothing on the screen. Then I remove all again and put the new paste on processor,remove the old from nvidia chipset and put a new there,but there's no screen again. thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
at two years old it is basically exctinct already and the costs of laptops coming down so rapidly you can probably go on craigslist or ebay and find a cheap laptop that is working and ready to be portable. you can also try and sell the toshiba online for parts
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
I have a Satellite A75-S2292. It did the same thing to me. I just blow the vents & fans out weekly with canned air. I also have an under the laptop cooling fan, to increase the air flow. I haven't had it shut done for months, since I started doing some preventive maintenance.
The changing the thermal paste is not a good repair. Thermal paste will last for at least 20 years, under worse conditions than most computers will ever experience. Removing the processor chip, wiping everything clean & replacing the paste & chip just make more chances for damage.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
The memory card is either not fully locked into the socket, or you have it in backwards. Unless you broke the socket which doesnt seem to be the case. Remove the battery, remove the memory stick, press and hold the power button until no light are visible then replace the memory stick and insert the battery
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
you must have accidentally touched some other parts, just open up the laptop again & look for some unusual things try connecting the wires again. it must be not a big problem. just some loose connections.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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