Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
Hi! Sometimes when I turn on my computer, my monitor will not power-up. I can hear my fan and cd drive running, but not my monitor. There also is not any sound either, so I believe the problem lies beyond the monitor. I hard reset and try to load it again and it'll work. However, the computer will freeze after awhile for no reason. I'm not sure what the problem is and I would like some guidance as to what steps I should take to diagnose this problem. Thank you.
1. remove the memory and using a pencel eraser, clean the contacts and put them back in. see what happens
2. if problem persists, then try removing the ram (one ram at a time ) and see if there is any improvement.
The goal of this solution is to try to know whether you have bad rams or not. as base on the manifestation that you have indicated, its seems to me that you have a bad ram.
hope i was able to help you in anyway
Posted on May 17, 2008
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