Question about Toshiba PC Desktops
Normally I have turned to YouTube on the know how to break down and replace the insides of a machine try ur luck there
Posted on Apr 27, 2014
SOURCE: Damaged usb port needs to
1-Shut down you pc .2-unplug the power cord.3-open the case .4-Find the usb wires trac them back to the board. 5-mark were the wires go with a marker.6-plug new usb port wires in.7-put the case back on pc.8-plug power cord in.9-turn on pc.10-plug your usb device in.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
Unplug the computer. Remove the side cover. This is probably held on by two or three philips head screws on the back left edge of the unit. On the motherboard, look for a flat, round, shiny piece that resembles a nickel. This is the battery. There should be a small metal tab that holds it in place. Push on the tab and the battery should pop out. Note the orientation of the battery and replace with a new one in the same position.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: Hi there, I have a toshiba
A couple things to try, 1 is boot the system in the safe mode (F8 menu at boot) and see if the LCD turns off there. You can also attach an external monitor and see if the external looses video too.
If the system looses video in the Safe mode and doesn't loose video with an external monitor, then the LCD backlight is likely failing
LCDs run about $100 to $150 on ebay
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
To bypass the BIOS password for your laptop press and hold Left Shift key and check if password is bypassed. If it is not then you would need to reset it. To reset the BIOS password you would need to remove the RTC battery on the motherboard and try and restart the laptop 2-3 times. With the laptop turned offf follow these steps--
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Posted on Sep 13, 2010
SOURCE: I have a toshiba satellite
You are looking at about $200 for keyboard and LCD, and you could buy them from here http://www.sparepartswarehouse.com/Toshiba,Satellite,A205,PSAE3U-07Y023,Laptop,LCDs-Displays.aspx
As for installing them yourself, it's pretty easy if you're handy with a screwdriver. Have a look here for a video guide:
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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