Question about Toshiba Qosmio G15 Notebook
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This definitely sounds like a hardware problem. The problem sounds like it could very well be your video card or the inverter card. Both are difficult to get to and should be checked by a professional, especially if you're not familiar with disassembling a laptop. If your computer has a switch monitor build in and you can hook up the monitor before turning on the computer then press that button (it would be up with other proprietary function buttons toward the top) if you have this button and still nothing happens, then you can rule out the video section. Otherwise this could be a video problem, which would be cheaper than buying a whole new motherboard, so please check this option first. Again be extra careful if you attempt this yourself (again NOT RECOMMENDED) be especially careful with the tiny ribbon cables. If you get this in the hands of someone professional they may be able to save you some money by at least checking the video solutions, otherwise if you go with a new mother board or try and fail to fix the video yourself you'll be spending more than you bargained for...
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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