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My daughter said that Toshiba Satellite P105-S9337 laptop made a click sound and shut down and now it doesn't have any picture on the screen at all, just has a very faint glow at the bottom of the screen.Do you think it could be the graphics card? Do I need to send it to Toshiba to fix it, or what should I do ???

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This sound mean the fan controler is broken when heat the cpu its computer shutdown mean the cpu broken or main board \\ have many choise to fix him --can replace the cpu and fan

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