I have a toshiba laptop obviously umm it randomly turned off and will not turn back on, no lights show on it i've tried to take the battery out and shake it took the battery out and plugged it in nothing is happening i just cant think of anything else.
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Umm, this is a common misconception laptops DO NOT flash fault codes via the LEDs sorry. These "Flashes" mean absolutely nothing... they are random. us engineers do NOT use any laptop flashing led codes at all.
If you are familiar with your laptop, i.e. the locations of hard drive, try to take it out of the its bay and put it back again. Also, if you can have someone check your battery packs, because from my experience with this laptop, when the battery packs is not charging well, i got some booting up problems.
there must be still a problem with your current cooling system. try cleaning up your laptops fan. cpu gets heated up very easily even if you turned it off for a while. you can do this by unscrewing the parts, the inside must be pretty dusty or something. this also happened to me but from a different unit.
also, try checking for the latest bios driver for your laptop and to be sure, download it on toshiba site itself. because latest drivers for your bios also manages the control of your cpu fans.
if you could also get access to your systems cooling options in bios, try checking if your cpu's temperature are doing fine.
but i prefer you cleaning up the inside fans as well. hope this helps.
Hi, ok friend must identify 2 things, the first thing is if the screen in black appears since it power on the equipment and changes are not obvious at the back of this one, of being like that this means that it can have faults to level of the card of video or of the LCD, now well, if it looks for a light source and at the back of the LCD to show the dark screens, it indicates that the FL Inverter this one damaged and must replace.
If you're working on the computer when that happens, it's not probably a power setting. Try to update your BIOS to the most current version at the toshiba support website (support.toshiba.com) & see what happens. Fixes the issue most of the time
here are few laptop troubleshooting guide to troubeshoot ur laptop. it has one post about power problem of laptop. I hope this laptop troubleshooting help to solve ur problem. or chekc ur laptop with another working battry or try to start laptop to without battery. and chekc ur power cable for charging is working or not
You may check if the charger connection to the laptop is secured and doesn't have any problems. If the laptop doesn't show any sign of life,no led flashing, no nothing it is probably that your charge circuits or power on signal circuits are burned or broken. It sounds strange but they don't need a special motive to do that, they can simply die out. You will need your laptop dissasembled for this job and some knoledge of laptop electronics however. If you feel that this is not for you a service center can check the problem. Be carefull to specify exactly the simptoms you encounted. In worst case scenario they will asume your motherboard "dead" and propose a replecement. Be patient and try other service centers if this is the case.