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My screen went black on my toshiba satellite C655-S5132 laptop when I turned it on after the toshiba came on. It was working fine until I tried to connect a projector to it and mashed some of the F buttons. I disconnected the projector turned it off. When I turned it back on it went from Toshiba to black with a nonflahsing cursor in left top help

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Sounds like an irq conflict after trying to install projector. you will have to boot into safemode and go grom there. dont know what op system your using . windows used to be f8 on start up but thats changed now too.

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SOURCE: Toshiba laptop- error upon start up-

I'm sorry to say that it looks like the hard drive is going or has gone bad. You can try removing it, and checking to see if it could be loose, but in virtually every case that I've seen this, the drive was dying.

If you can connect the drive to another machine as a secondary (you may need an adapter if IDE, Sata would work directly) drive, you may be able to pull some or all of your files, if the drive has not completely gone bad, and assuming where it is going bad is not where your data is stored.

The good news is that if you buy a new drive, you will need to reinstall your OS and applications, but it is likely that the machine would then work fine.

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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the hard drive is not checking in correctly. go into your f2 function which is your bios. see if in there during the boot options if you have a hard drive showing up. if you do, you would need to check if the hard drive has failed or the o.s. is corrupt.if you do not see a drive there, its failed, check to see if its seated correctly. if it is seated correctly the drive has failed and will need to be replaced.


if it shows up, and if you have your restore disk, load it and select repair. it will look for the hard drive and any windows installations. if it does not find any. then the drive is bad and will need to be replaced, in the event it does find the windows installation then continue to repair the machine software.

Let me know what happens when you try this

Good Luck!
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try using the FN key with the monitor/VGA output selection changer(usually F5). You will see a little icon that looks like two monitors. Mouse control may have been changed to the external monitor connection. See if pressing FN(function) and holding that key and then pressing the monitor key will bring back your mouse indicator. You may need to do it with the projector connected and on.

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That is the signal that Windows is missing - it's very corrupted. The only thing you can do is to reinstall it.

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You should be able to download a PDF copy of the manual here:

http://cdgenp01.csd.toshiba.com/content/support/manuals/userguides/su2728348/GMAD00246010_SatC640-C650_10Mar23.pdf



Hope this helps ;)

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