My Toshiba NB100 (windows xp) suddenly has blue screen. I restart the laptop, it's power and battery lights are on, and the fan is working. But the screen is black, nothing display. I have restarted few times but same result?Is the processor and window work or what's the caused and how to solve?
I power on the laptop and the fan is working. I press alt+ctrl+del, but noting happen. I also tried method no. 2 but the screen is black while the power is on and fan is working. Any other solution please, thanks.
Yes, please have the RAM checked. If it's a ram problem, a new motherboard will not be necessary.
I am not familiar with Toshiba's belly. But to you have access to ram sticks? If you do, you can remove them one at a time and test them, as long as the stick to be tested is alway in the primary slot.
Yet I wonder if the router installation has anything to do with this. I will inquire.
Fixed it. LCD cable to screen was problem. It sits inside a silver jacket on circuit board. If a fraction adrift the computer will play up to seem dead. Cable easy to dislodge while fliping open screen.
Remove power supply.. Disconnect screen cable and reconnect. Connect power supply. Try power on.
Do this several times as the alignment needs to be spot on.
Hy. If anyone ever deals with this problem again, this is what happened to me. I've opened the entire laptop to vacuum clean it. After I put it back together, step by step, turn it on -- No image, but it was running (the cooling fan was working). Now, here is the trick. Only the POWER and BATTERY led indicators, were on, HDD, and WiFi weren't. After a few research, most tracks led to a misplacement of the RAM card... which was TRUE.
So, in conclusion, if you ever pull out the RAM card out of it socket, make SURE to put it back in the CORRECT place, so to push it to the end of it's soket, and then, power your laptop.
Hope it will be usefull. Cheers.