Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is still under warranty, you'd save yourself a lot of time and money if you just send it in for repair. If it isn't, the way to test if the RAM is bad is by trying to use the stick in another laptop or by trying to replace the RAM you currently have with RAM that you know is working (has worked on another computer). If the problem is with the motherboard or CPU, for most people it's better to just sell the laptop AS-IS with a good description on eBay and buy a new laptop.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
SOURCE: Computer Information
U may always refer to it motherboard to get to know the supported hardware that plug to it. Since u are mention about Intel 945G/GZ/P/PL family motherboard, each type of the motherboard (type G, GZ, P, PL) have their own specification, but the same thing is their are design to support Intel Core 2 Duo. Pentium D or Pentium 4 processor. And all can support DDR2 memory. Here you can refer to the manual of the motherboard for more details e.g. pg17 (availability 2009Nov16): http://www.intel.com/design/chipsets/datashts/307502.htm
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
SOURCE: ecs desknote a928, 2ghz cpu,
There could be multiple different reasons for this.
Possible Problems and Troubleshooting
1) The RAM (Random Access Memory) may have gone faulty.
2) The Motherboard may have been damaged.
3) The CPU is faulty
4) The Hard Disk is damaged - But then the laptop would still boot to the BIOS and tell you that no Hard Disk is detected so this is not your problem.
5) The ribbon cable from the Motherboard to the screen is damaged - But you said that an external screen doesn't work as well so this is not your problem.
This only leaves the RAM, CPU and Motherboard as possible problems.
You can buy a chip of RAM from a computer store and open the laptop and replace the RAM and test if it is working. This would be the cheapest way of finding out the problem. If it doesn't work, you will need to take your laptop to a specialist to get them to test if the problem is the CPU or the Motherboard, then you will just need to buy the part that needs to be replaced.
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Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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