Question about Toshiba Satellite A205-S4617 Notebook
Okie thank me a lot first cos i have the solution or atleast the reason... hate me cos i am the bearer of possibly bad news... the problem is at chip level... a processor needs to be supplied with uniform voltage and power for uninterrupted operation whil handling huge calculations it is not capable of withstanding sudden changes in voltages... for this purpose what we have on a mobo is a chip called the core voltage controller this chip makes sure that the voltage sent is uniform... this chip on ur system is blown
2 solutions exists take a deep breathe relax one is to replace the mobo-cost approx400$ take a deeper breathe ask for toshiba assistance instore and get this chip replaced cost 100$(i took the second option costed me 4500 rupees in India)
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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