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My toshiba laptop fell down and the display has gone completely ..could u suggest a solution to fix this problem..

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Have you tried turning off and restarting the computer?
Do you have a monitor in the house, with the system off, Try plugging in to the monitor using the VGA cable thats attached to the monitor. should be a place on your laptop usually on the back or on the left side of the laptop.
Plug it in then turn on the laptop and see if it displays on the monitor if it does then the motherboard is ok. If it does not then it sounds like you need to take it to your local pc repair shop it could be something as simple as the wires coming undone worst case you will need to replace the screen.
Atleast once you plug it in you will have more ammo when you talk to a local pc repair guy.

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