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The computer will loose power if I move the power jack even when it is running on battery power. What might the problem be? It turns out that one ribbon cable which goes from the motherboard to the front panel where the LED lights are came loose. Most likely your system board was replaced before because of this problem. Can i use a universal dc jack from radioshack etc? Is there a way to fix this issue? Sometimes bad wireless card can prevent a laptop from booting normally.

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International support referred it to UK toshiba a75-s211 services when I said that this seemed to be a recurring fault with this model.

Toshiba Satellite M35X A75 power jack problem

Trouble isI cannot read the chip to see what a replacement should be. Go with a different manufactuer.

Toshiba Guy, If Satellite A75 will not toshiba a75-s211 from a good AC adapter of from a good charged battery, then Toshiba a75-s211 would say something is wrong with the systemboard.

Michael, You are right. Do I still need to solder the piece according toahiba your picture up top? So, check for fans. Is symptom of cold wirring? You need some skills to install a hard drive into this toshiba a75-s211. When I turned it on and attached the adapter, I smelt a burning smell, and now my laptop does not toshiba a75-s211 up at all. Are you sure that laptop shuts down because it overheats?

Hey Danny, Sure I can look up a system board part number for your laptop. Nothing comes up on the screen.

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That would help alot Byebyes. Is there any chance I can solder these pins back on?

If an external keyboard is attached to the notebook, either directly or via a docking station or a port-replicator, disconnect it. If the fan start spinning on start up and then goes off and never toshiba a75-s211 back, then it might be a system board related problem. My previous post should read: Toshiba a75-s211 I mount the DC connector outside the laptop will that help matters?

All you have to do: Is there anything specific that I should go for? So I am gonna get a new jack. What speed does it show? It is not necessary to take it apart every months; you can prevent the overheating problem toshiba a75-s211 you use a toshiba a75-s211 air to clean the fans.

Not realizing that the a75 had to be taken apart to access the heat sink, I took the hard drive out in toshiba a75-s211 process of blowing compressed air into the computer to clear it.

BIOS Setup / BIOS settings — access instructions

toshiba a75-s211 When you turn it on you should get a video on the external monitor. Do you know if it is possible to change processors in this model? If the CPU heatsink is not clogged with dust and lint completely, you can use canned a75-s211 and toshiba a75-s211 blow it inside the laptop through the openings on the bottom and on the sides.

Thanks for the fix, resoldered both sides. I think you have a bad battery. I just thought it was my electrifying personality. I studied what a new power jack looked like and saw right away the PIn coming from the back was broke off. I toshiba a75-s211 a lot of computer stuff from them. The laptop will continue to boot with toshiba a75-s211 on the screen.

The power LED should light, that means the system board is getting toshiba a75-s211. If all three lights toshiba a75-s211 green, it means your battery should charge and is recognized by the motherboard.

Though, it shorts out the entire board to the point where the laptop will not boot even with a fully charged a75-s2211.

I had mentioned previously that I can induce the computer to lock up toshiba a75-s211 switching power modes during operation. Check if toshiba a75-s211 cables are seated properly, check the video cable connector.

It is very strange that you broke the connector. The only way I can get AC power for more than a few seconds is to repeat the plug-and-unplug cycle several times until it sticks. Yesterday, I spoke with a guy at a local Toshiba authorized toshiba a75-s211 center.

Just fixed the same problem with a new DC jack. The power jack was exactly as you described it, cracked at the base where it connects to the system board.

Saved some money hereā€¦at least until we deside to purchase more laptops.