Question about Toshiba Satellite P205D-S7802 Notebook
I have personally worked on over a dozen of this model, all of which were "Display Models" for some reason, all from either Wal-Mart or Best Buy. The laptop getting dropped probably has nothing to do with it, several models from the last two or three years from both Toshiba and Dell have had major issues with HDDs becoming corrupted or damaged internally for NO reason, but for some other 'strange reason' neither of them will acknowlege these obvious design flaws.
I would think going to some place like Tigerdirect.com and looking for a new one (not a Dell or Toshiba) would be a smart idea- Cut your losses and list that dead one on ebay "As-Is'
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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