Question about Toshiba Satellite A200-0ET00X Notebook
Most laptops have an option to switch between using the laptop's LCD screen, or a plugged in display with a VGA cable (Video Graphics Array, that Blue trapezoid connector cable).
Most often, it's Function + F8, although this varies between manufacturers and models. It should say "LCD/CRT" or have a small picture of a laptop versus an square with rounded edges.
If that doesn't do it, chances are you've managed to actually damage the on-board video card. Or potentially something worse. Try to get the external monitor to work, if that doesn't do it, I would say it should be sent back to a service center for more repairs.
Hope that helps.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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