Question about Toshiba Satellite P105-S6104 Notebook
One of 2 things you can do.
first try to see if you can press down and hold the fn or function key and then press one of the F1 or F2 buttons at the top that shows a monitor picture and press that button and let both go.
see it will the screen to switch form internal to external and back again by repeating.
second you will have to go to safe mode when the computer is restarting and tapping the F8 key while it is loading from first stating it. make sure to tap the F8 only 1 or 2 a second otherwise keyboard will occur.
once you get into the safe mode you need to login through your login that has the problem and once in there you need to go to the display properties page and click settings and adjust your resolution down to the lowest setting there is and then reboot.
see if that corrects the issue with 1 of the 2 solutions.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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