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The only technical information about this Toshiba 1700 series is this (3.5mb pdf) it has a lot of information, but no motherboard schematic..

The transistor broken i suppose was only afecting the connection to an external monitor, because i never get signal to the external monitor..but i was also having problem´s with the LCD, instense ghost effect and this resolution...but i think the problem is the old DSTN LCD..


about the resistor, i sincerally i dont know how to get the right one..maybe starting to get one´s of old PCI cards that i have here...and try each one...
the keyboard at first time that i turned the laptop on..it worked, but after rebooting i only get the keyboard working at first 5seconds, if only get the keyboard working again...i dont care about the mouse, a usb one will resolve my problem.

thanks.
post #12 of 16
You are pretty much out of luck... you need to know what should go there.
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
You are pretty much out of luck... you need to know what should go there.
i know..

I got an resistor 750 and 202 from an old vga card...but even i cant solder that, it´s micro-soldering..
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an goes before a vowel (an apple)
a goes before a consonat. (a resistor)

That was annoying me a lot.

Either way, it looks like you blew something up to me...lol.
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an goes before a vowel (an apple)
a goes before a consonat. (a resistor)

That was annoying me a lot.
sorry, i´m portuguese..i learned english by myself (internet/tv/music). hopefully you understand.

a bit of luck
i´ve sent a couple email´s to people was selling these motherboards
A polish guy (thank you!) respond:

"here is the photo, this is resistance 202 - 2k.ohm"



-it has to be a "suface mount resistor" or i can use another kind of resistor with 2000ohm?
-is it possible also replace the capacitor? or the circuit is already damage?
post #16 of 16
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I didint soldered the resistor, but problem solved

i dont know why..but the Keyboard/mouse didint work because the GND of the LCD.

I want to thank you all..great forum you have here
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