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Toshiba tecra 8100 no display

I can't see nothing in the screen just when i power on i can see creen ligh buth monitor and lcd screen black i can hear the hardrive working how ever all black iven with a monitor connect to the back of my latop. Help!

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This problem occurs in the video chipset,because when you hook up the external vga there is no display right?
if you hook up the vga into the monitor it would come display if the problem only with inverter or lcd.

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Thats a link to info about bios updates on the tosh website. If you're not getting to the toshiba screen then POST has not completed which means that either there's a hardware problem or the bios is corupt. If you're sure the RAM is ok try flashing the Bios.

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