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Computer turns on but the screen is black. I have a Toshiba Satellite M305D. Thank you

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The backlight could be burnt out.

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Laptops have problems with the wires that run from the screen to the system board. The issue is the they become frayed and need to be replaced. Also check the most obvious solution that some how the screen was manually changed. In other words, the resolution keys were touched and the brightness was turned all the way down.

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Take a flashlight and shine it on the screen. If you can see an image, you probably need to replace the power inverter board. It supplies power to the backlight.

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Sounds like your screen is failing. Could be just a loose connector behind the screen (pressure changes the screen display), but best advice is to replace the screen.

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I turn on the computer an its showing words with a black screen


What are the words? Usually these are registry errors or something similar to that, by calling the company that made the computer you can straighten that out.

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My Toshiba Satellite M305D-S4830's screen will flicker black randomly with no aggrevating and occasionally will fade to white or black completly.


I recommend you to reinstall the display drivers of your laptop as the issue may occur due to the corrupted display drivers.

Uninstall the display drivers from Device Manager.
Expand Display devices.
Right click on the display device and select Uninstall.

On restarting the laptop, windows will detect the device and reinstall the display drivers.

You can even install the display drivers from your notebook support website:

www.csd.toshiba.com

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