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id like to share my experience wih this kind of problem. I tried restarting it several times last night and got the same result. I took it apart and checked the connections, they are all tight. Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup List http://fmcproducts.net/toshiba-laptop/toshiba-laptop-keeps-forcing-me-to-restart-laptop-because-of-some-problem-s.php

As it was installing new drivers, the GPU went out. But I've never opened laptop. When I open computer, should I also remove memory, hard drive and etc on the bottom? If you see a clear image of your desktop, your back light is out.

But I guess the best solution would be - new videocard. I will let you know how it goes later. any other suggestions? The permanent solution for me will be to reflow the chip in question.

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  • Santanu cj2600 December 28, 2011 | @ Santanu Sengupta, They said it is the Nvidia chip problem and they would replace it.

Bob Chun April 11, 2006 | Hi, CJ I'm so glad to find this blog. Now I'm so depressed because of my computer. Step 3. Thanks ahead of time for any help.

A permanent solution is to replace the motherboard. It failed exactly the same way as the first one. If it doesn’t help (very rare) then you might have a bad LCD screen or a bad system board. The Toshiba is on the buttom when starting up.

Also invest in good thermal paste! (or new thermal pads!) Good thing you put the information up cj2600, but you should warn other surfers for the damage they could do to craig May 4, 2006 | i have adell insperion i have a line across my screen that goes away briefly when i tap the sides or back of the screen can In your case, the backlight starts for 2-3 seconds each time you apply power to the LCD screen. Thanks for the great site.

If anything when the backlight is on I notice a slight pinkish hue on the darker transition screens. Bad connection between the LCD cable and motherboard or LCD screen. The problem is you usually get alot for the money with HP and that might sway you to once again try them out. Try to tap on the switch a few times and see if you can get a flashing backlight.

Kindly post a link on how to resolder the GPU component to MB. see here Can you explain what mirror-mode and extended-mode are? If the graphics chip failed, most likely any repair will not last for a long time. Koala October 12, 2011 | So to everyone who has owned a HP/Compaq with these problems listen up: Short version of my story….Own a DV6000 HP laptop.

A blue screen frequently follows: Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads Back to Windows 7 0 user(s) are reading this topic simon April 4, 2006 | yeah im sorry, it works perfect in external and backlight is lit just fine but there are no images (not even faint under flashlight) appearing at What can I do if I forgot my Windows password? this page HP Pavilion dv6000.

So when you install updates or perform factory resets, these tasks are performed by the recovery mode tools. According to Jean (comment 70), the video cable for Acer is pretty cheap. Do you know the part number for your motherboard?

How about the over method.

But in few weeks it goes off again. sometimes it turns off by itself or otherwise the screen blurs it self with different side colors what pattern of repairing should i use? heather May 3, 2006 | Hello, I have read all of the entries in this section regarding LCD problems and I am currently having a problem with my Toshiba Satellite 3000 WEBB April 7, 2006 | I know very little about the inside of my notebook, so please help me understand what I need to try.

maskur December 13, 2010 | good idea..but how long life time after repair? So if you are still using your HP/Compaq laptop and using the trick, please keep in mind that there could be a failure that might cause you to lose files/info. It's possible the AC adapter is dead and the battery doesn't have enough charge to start the laptop. http://fmcproducts.net/toshiba-laptop/toshiba-laptop-problem.php on the screen there was nothing I can see.

Can I Install drivers or firmware from other manufacturers? If there is anymore info you need just ask. How do I change the brightness level for the screen? you just heat it for just 2-3min.

I have forgotten my BIOS password, how do I unlock it?