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Toshiba satellite monitor problems

The monitor no longer responds. It remains black. This was after switching from an external monitor back to the internal monitor. I removed the extra memory module and hard drive. When these pieces were placed into another laptop, the hard drive functions fine, however the extra memory module causes the screen to go black, there too. I tried to replace the hard drive in the old toshiba, but the screen still remains blank. Any and all advice would greatly be appreciated.

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Sounds like the memory module is bad. Return it or get a warranty replacement.

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