quote:Originally posted by redcloud
thanks again guys
i had tried the FN+F5 (or F8, i forgot which one already haha) back at home and it didn't do anything. i really appreciate this input and will be trying everything i can once i get home from work.
if i have to get this repaired, i should use toshiba exclusively right? i heard that with this sort of thing dealing with them is the best way to fix things, even after the warranty is expired. i suppose that is kind of obvious since it isn't a 'normal' laptop
i bought it from them directly too.