I have a laptop that my daughter broke the hinges on The machine has Harman Kardon speakers that the hinge pins fit into. I'm trying to find an exploded diagram so I can determine which parts, and the associated parts numbers, so I can order new parts.
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Go to toshiba website. Click on support. Click on download. Choose a category, since this is a laptop. Select laptop and for the family. Select satellite. For the model, type on the model finding filter the 2455-S305 then click go. slect your all operating system and wi-fi. you will see there the available driver for your pc.
Open the screen as far as it will go naturally. (should lay almost flat with the base) Using flat screwdriver, pry up the hinge cover on the base....there should be two groves to get under it......dont worry you wont break it as long as you dont force it too much, just keep working it till it some off........now you will a set of hinges, prolly with the screws on each hinge.......remove those...........next theres a cable connecting the LCD, you must make sure you remove this one carefully, as not to damage the connectino on the base......on some models, yo must also remove the keyboard by removing the screws associated with it as well.....once again, dont worry, its all cut and dry, and pretty self explanatory once you get those first few pieces and screws off.......once that wire is disconnected you have completely removed your laptops LCD!!!!!! :D
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If you are familiar with your laptop, i.e. the locations of hard drive, try to take it out of the its bay and put it back again. Also, if you can have someone check your battery packs, because from my experience with this laptop, when the battery packs is not charging well, i got some booting up problems.
whats the orig OS installed on your machine? where do you get that recovery cd's ? does it come with the laptop? maybe you've got the wrong OS/ recovery disk with you. Do you have an XP/VISTA installation disk?
what are the chances of this? I just threw away my claim form from Toshiba that allows me to claim lost money for replacing this hinge on my laptop! I threw it out because my hinges are perfect, never had a problem. I did write down the website address on that form. Maybe you can try it for your Toshiba. It is www.satelliteremediationprogram.com good luck!
It would have to be a new motherboard as the sound will be on board.
Obviously you have checked the drivers, but have you run a diagnostic check, you can do this by Start>run> then type 'dxdiag', then press enter.
See if windows can locate the problem for you.