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Toshiba satellite m30 screen is blank after starting!

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Hold down the Fn key (between the left Ctrl and Alt keys), and press F5 twice, (the first press brings up the present setting, the second selects the next option). This scrolls through the screen display selections LCD - CRT - LCD &CRT - TV - TV&LCD.
If this is set on TV, you will get no display on LCD (Screen) or CRT (external monitor)
Also, When using an external monitor, you may need to plug in the monitor, before cold booting your computer (not from hibernate or standby) so that your computer will "see" the monitor, and allow it to be used.

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I had the very same problem with my Toshiba LP, ended up replacing the screen, it broke. And there is nothing that you can do to fix it by yourself, unless you are a tech

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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