I have not had one of these to look at, but if it has a vga port, you could try connecting it to an external monitor, in case the invertor, or the backlight in the screen has failed. I fit gives video, on an external, that is the place to start.
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Hi there, I tried that once with an Acer.When I opened it up I went to far about an inch and a half to be exact.There was a 1/4 inch wide cable hooked to the top board and I broke the plastic plugin that it was hooked to and also pulled the end off of the cable.Toshiba's are harder to work on screens especially.I have one with a cracked screen now and the cheep-st is $360.00 from Toshiba and they only take one screen ,the hp has a choice of 11 different screens,only 1 will fit.I just hook up to my monitor. The Acer is a paper weight.If you want to do this read and watch everything you can.Here is a Utube page that shows what you want to do. www.youtube.com/results?search_query=how+to+repair+a+toshiba+laptop&aq=0m&oq=repair+a+tos Thank You for choosing FixYa.com. ps all I was going to do was fix the power cord.
If you can start it up on safe mode go and back up the files that you needed because formatting the HD will be needed and reinstalling the operating system. You can also download malwarebytes first and run it during safe mode. once it is finish restart it in normal mode if it does not work perform the 1st step above.