My screen just started going all yellow in light part of background and then the whole screen is messed up, can't tell what most of the screen is---can't even see a start button to shut down, had to hard shut down
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If you want to take a picture and make it the total size of your screen as the background of your screen, then just right click on the picture and select Set as Desktop Background. If the size is not what you want then go into the display properties and select the Desktop tab and change the Position to be Stretch. Stretch will fill the whole screen with the picture. Tile will fill the whole screen with multiple little pictures. Center will put the picture in the middle of the screen.
To get to the display properties click Start/Control Panel and look for Display or Appearance and Personalization.
You can also get the display properties by Right Click on an open area of the desktop and select Properties.
The machine keeps track of what paper was reqested last, and asks you to change paper if the new job is different. I get the "put media" message and have to open and close the drawer if my next print job requests a different paper. So I suggest you gently open and slam the drawer a couple of times, or see if you can find the sensor switch that monitors whether the drawer is open. Also check if your paper guides in the drawer are clicked in place.
The same thing has happened to me before.
Well, once you drop your laptop a lot of things could go wrong. From a broken driver to a cracked screen. I believe you broke your bulb. And the cells of your laptop are kinda messed up we can say. Yes, this is fixable but will take time. I hope everything goes better!!
while starting, hit cmd v. this will put it into verbose mode and show the background processes and where it stops, there will be your problem. Also try inserting an OS disk and hitting c during startup chime and use the disk utility to fix the permissions.
You can purchase just the display piece for replacement. It is tedious to take apart the whole laptop because the display is plugged into the motherboard at the bottom, but usually cheaper than replacing the whole computer. Instructions for replacing the display piece can be found on the manufactures website in PDF form. Displays can be also be purchased from the manufacturer but it is much cheaper to buy them from a highly rated seller on Ebay.
Toshiba makes a great laptop but the display video or lcd seem to go bad very quickly I have replaced the lcd in many to solve this problem but be aware a few also had bad video cards (unlikley in your case as the external video is fine) it would seem as the lcd panel has gone bad on yours. the average replacment is around $100.00 to $300.00 depending on where you purchase from.
OK YOU CANT 'BURN' A REAR PROJECTION BUT THE CONVERGANCE CAN BE GOING OUT BUT I WOULD GUESS THE SIGNAL TELLING THE PROCESSOR - OR THE PROCESSOR ITS SELF- IS PROBLY GOING OUT WHICH MEANS A BOARD NEEDS REPLACING I DONT KNOW WHICH ONE I WOULD GET A PRO TO CHECK IT AND TELL YOU WHICH ONE IT IS THEN ORDER IT ONLINE AND REPLACE IT YOURSELF