Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
The monitor was working fine until a few months after i bought it. The screen went green, but was still able to see what was on my screen. i would tap on the sides next to the touchpad and it would go back to normal. so i sent it to toshiba it worked for about a week and now i cant get the green to go away.
Sounds like its eather a bad screen or the plug underneath the cover is loose. (If your going to try to check the plug be careful not to break the case or any wires)
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
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Well, first off, do you get a screen (external or onboard) if you boot into the bios? If you have no video whatsoever, the only thing that would start working again after time off, then stop, would be the video module went. slowly, but it went.
Main cause is overheating, caused by the heatsink/fan becoming clogged up.
What makes you think the backlight was the problem BTW? Sure it wasn't just the inverter?
Let me know if you can access bios?
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