Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
If you're any good at soldering then this isn't too big of a deal, you can buy a plug on ebay pretty cheap however most come from china. (I assume you're talking about the pc end) you'll have to completely disassemble the laptop desolder the old connections and solder in the new one. then put it all back together and test it. if you're afraid to do this, some pc shops will do it, but it's not cheap because it requires alot of work to disassemble a laptop. in todays market and given that it's a toshiba it may be cheaper to to purchase a new laptop, and move the data from the old to the new. you can get a laptop for fairly cheap these days on ebay or other sites. good luck :)
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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