Satellite A-C55-1N1 black screen turned on

I've had my laptop for 7 months, I had a lot of problems with it from the beginning.
It has always run slow and started to disconnect internet without no reason.

A few days ago, she refused to connect to the Internet at all and now when I turn it on I just get a black screen.

No beeps or logos just a black screen. It turns on OK, and I tried to turn it on so that hip and with just the battery running.

It is still under warranty, but I wonder if anyone has any suggestions. I am really disappointed that my last Satellite has been brilliant for years, had no problem.

You are able to access the BIOS?
To access the BIOS press the F2 button power button.

In this case isn t possible try this:
Disconnect the power adapter and remove the battery.
Now hold down the power button / stop along 30 sec.
After that, connect the AC adapter and the battery and press the power button once to turn on the portable computer.

Is this possible? Your comments would be appreciated

Tags: Toshiba

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