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Your laptop hinges have lost their grip and need to be replaced. There isn't any way to repair them. Replacement hinges are available for many models. These days a good place to start looking for them is eBay. Search for "replacement hinges" for your specific model and you'll probably find several sellers. It's usually not too difficult to replace the hinges, although on some brands and models it's easier than on others. They are held to the laptop frame by screws.
Many sites have how-to information or videos about replacing the hinges. Look for new ones on eBay, check out the how-tos and you should be able to fix this yourself. Thanks for using Fixya!
>If your computer is still under warranty call your manufacturer
>If not, I searched a site where you can purchase a pair of hinges and have it installed with assistance from your local technicians
here's teh link:
it has all teh hinges you need just look which one is for your computer.
>comments suggestions ratings and violent reactions will greatly be appreciated
As with any laptop, you must first remove the casing on the lower half. This will reveal all the internals, including your next step. Youll notice the laptops Hinges are held by the casing. You simply unscrew it, remove it, unclamp it, whatever your laptop does to keep the screen attatched, and unplug the screen.
BUT! You must remove the casing. All laptops are designed to hold one thing by putting together 4 others. Its like a puzzle.
I guess you are talking about the topcover/screen hinges, this is a very simple job to do.
Have a look here for instructions on the repair of Toshiba laptops and note books. http://www.irisvista.com/tech/