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Posted 24 August 2011 - 09:03 AM

I have a Toshiba L350 that has stopped working. The screen comes on when I first switch on the laptop but flickers and then fades away. I have spent £110 on a new backlight (I think I was robbed by this computer technician who came to my home) and now I cannot use my laptop at all.

Has anyone experienced this/ Can I somehow attach my computer to another screen to use?

Any suggestions


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Posted 25 August 2011 - 06:14 PM

Hello And Welcome to BC :welcome:
To Attach another screen to your Laptop all you need is a LCD / CRT / TV Screen or projector.
How to Attach it is same method like you attach your Monitor to Desktop Computer. Do you know how to attach your Monitor to Desktop Computer?

If after you attach your Monitor and you doesn't get any Visual that means you need to press keyboard shortcut to External Monitor. Please see your manual to find out what button that you need to press.

If you still get any visual on you Monitor. Do you hear any sound like Windows Welcome Sound?

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