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Smart Failure Predicted on my Acer Aspire 3680 Icons not working Evesham voyager laptop completely dead [SOLVED] resolution weird after updating driver acer aspire! No excuse now for not doing homework not need to get a new laptop THANK YOU! Does the vertical strip changes location, color or width? It might take a second or two to work. http://gsdclb.org/not-working/toshiba-satellite-touchpad-mouse.php

Thank you thank you thank you!!!! If you give the back of the screen a light tap, it will return to normal. This will bring up the little sidebar on the right of the screen and the date on the lower left in Windows 8. Is the problem very common with M55s?

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No, create an account now. Locate your touch pad device there ... thanks cj2600 November 26, 2006 | d.h. Report computer master- Oct 25, 2014 at 03:17 PM I just pressed F5 because F5 is to lock the touch pad so in order to unlock it you must press F5!

  1. The diagnostics clearly say that LCD, inverter, cable are all fine.
  2. the line is about half a milimitre thick.
  3. I don’t think that the video cable can cause such problem.
  4. cj2600 January 14, 2007 | V.S., Boot the laptop in safe mode.
  5. CARLOS PORRAS October 23, 2006 | I was working wth my computer just fine, suddently it went to dimmer white , and freezed my laptop completely.
  6. I guess it’s possible to replace the video memory but we do not repair system boards unless it’s something simple like a failed power jack.
  7. albert January 2, 2007 | i purchased this laptop on 5/28/04 from Gateway 450 ROG online.
  8. I had glad to supply my tube to you.
  9. In Order to see a picture i have to save the image, Open it on paint and invert it back to its normal color….Does anybody have any idea what is causing

Example 7. Report Anotherlittle1- Dec 5, 2014 at 11:34 AM Scribbler, your answer was just for me! Report vinoth- Oct 4, 2014 at 08:02 AM its working, thank u Report Heather- Oct 4, 2014 at 10:58 AM Satellite you're a genius. Toshiba Satellite C55 Touchpad Not Working Check if there are any bent pins.

Why didn’t you just reflow it? That’s would be nice if you can find a spare LCD screen and test it for a while. Sony VAIO VGN-SZ460N/C Notebook Mouse touch pad I couldn't find an answer online, I have a Toshiba satellite with Vista and the clicking wasn't working on the pad. After reading the great info on this site it seems a my screen has gone bad.

preesing above the keyboard tick me that there is some hardware problem. Toshiba Laptop Mouse Frozen it was driving me crazy. cj2600 November 26, 2006 | V.S. One final thing, I thought the VGA board on 5205 laptops was discrete?

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If the external video is fine, then I would suspect the LCD screen itself. Is it worth getting a new laptop instead? Toshiba Satellite Touchpad Not Working My question is this. Toshiba Touchpad Not Working Windows 10 I just ordered a new screen and video cable (as a precaution) because it looked like 100% LCD issue.

I have a dell 9400 with a wuxga true life display. this contact form I don’t know if it’s going to help you, but I think it worth trying. But its not like I'd have been able to work out / guess CTL + F5 as a logical corrective measure as its not logical at all. One or more of these cables may be cutted, and it seems to be the reason of the problem. Toshiba Touchpad Driver

If onboard video card is bad, the same video problem usually appears on both screens, internal and external. I have seated and re-seated all connections - no luck What does work though is if I leave the lcd screen connected but remove it from the case (so it's not Below is a link to my screen while XP is booting. have a peek here thanks one again cj.

Rebooted and now I get a lot of horizontal color lines. How To Enable Touchpad On Toshiba In this example, the vertical lines were caused by a failed video memory on the system board. Yes No Thanks for your feedback.Don't forget to take a few seconds to say thanks: Thank you Thanks for your feedback.We're sorry.

I am a CAD Tech so I am comfortable with playing around with settings/software/hardware.

View all 7 comments Report Toshiba- Jan 10, 2014 at 12:56 AM F5 most likely! Thanks guys ; ) Report Ajith Ranasinghe- Jul 13, 2014 at 06:58 PM Many Thanks, it worked for me as well.... It has gotten progressively worse over time. Toshiba Laptop Mouse Pad Not Working Properly i shall come back to you as soon i get a solution….

Glyn October 29, 2006 | Hi there. Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent iver tried updating the drivers, uninstalling, etc to no avail. Check This Out There r lot of horizontal lines that appear on the lcd and the whole display looks inverted and out of focus.

V.S. Man, screens are expensive. The factory covers 5000 square meters,a team of 10 engineers and technicians work in the R/D and Quality-control sectors to update technology and assure the quality of the products. one more thing if i press between the key board and the screen the display chnages but doesnt turn to its original quality.

Thanks a lot :D Report ninjaguns- Sep 7, 2014 at 09:14 PM I tried the fn+f5 and just pressing f5 to lock/unluck the touchpad which was something that I always used Looks like interference and/or loose wire. but i dont get a display on my external monitor either.. What should I do?

F5 worked. Here’s another example of a bad LCD screen. Since then I've repaired about 5-6 Satellites A105 like that and resolved the video issue by replacing the system board. If you see the same vertical strip (very unlikely), then it’s onboard video problem – the motherboard problem.

FN + F5 didn't work but your suggestion did. Hit CTRL + ALT + DEL .... is there anyway that i can convert the 30 wire cable from the lcd into the external monitor port, so instead of video signal from the on board connector i can So I’m not really sure what’s going on.

It will disp ... I think that you have a problem with the LCD screen but after you mentioned this: I ran DELL diagnostics and it found an error in the display adapter - ie. And also, how much does it cost to change the lcd. When you apply pressure on the screen casing, you indirectly apply pressure on the screen itself.

Did you unplug the connector by edges or pulled the harness? Can you help me, please? thanks Helpful +6 Report FNK Oct 23, 2014 at 09:48 PM F5 by itself worked for me. If the external monitor works fine try reseating the video cable on the motherboard and LCD screen.