Tecra 8000 screen goes green
I have a Tecra 8000 running Windows 2000 with the latest version of the bios/drivers, etc.. It works fine and all, but it has this particular problem. At first boot, the display is fine, but then gets a green tint to everything. I can fix it by going into hibernation (or suspend) and turn the machine back (out of hibernation).
Similarly, if I run an application that changes res and past in full screen (ie: MAME) the screen will return to a green tint again and will not go back to normal unless I have Hibernate-> restarts. Any ideas?
Have you tried to plug the external monitor?
If this is not the case, try to connect the external monitor and check if this problem also occurs on the second monitor.
If this isn't the case, so I guess something is wrong with the display on the laptop, but if this problem also appears on the external monitor if there could be a malfunction of the graphics card or as something bad on the motherboard.
Unfortunately I don't think that you can solve without professional help.
You should contact Toshiba service partner in your country.
Explain the situation to him.
I had this problem for quite a while now. My new Macbook Pro has worked great for a year. Now, after several updates which have me Safari freezes and crashes, and saw that the supported, there is a new problem.
Whenever I open my Macbook to sleep or completely turn it on, it has a green tint / haze to it. The above is green, the sides of the screen are green. However, it disappears after 10 minutes. At the moment it is perfectly fine. The screen is the perfect color, it should be.
Why does this happen?
I have not dropped, spilled coffee or something like that. Sometimes I slide it clean with a cloth Microfiber, but very gently.
-Try to reset memory NVRAM/PRAM and SMC
-Try to start safe mode
-Start to recovery and repair the startup disk
-If it is repairable reinstall the OSX
-If you do not have a backup using disk utility to restore the internal drive to an external drive, so that you can try to recover the data.
Format the boot disk and then do a fresh install of Mac OS x
I recently got a Tecra 8100 for cheap on eBay.
The screen sometimes goes black its still on I need to press the shaft close to the screen and it beeps sound sounds and back on.
I removed the frame of the screen and it made the difference for a about a week but just happen again:(mais je croise les doigts pas très souvent.)
I read on google etc. it can be sumtin with led, etc. I just want to know how to replace the part?
What part I need to replace etc.?
I disable all power management things, and sometimes even of it is would no doubt something with the screen.
I need ideas how to resolve this because it's a good laptop for a student lol prity.
Thanks for reading and any rear power
Sorry, but it's really not easy to say what needs to be replaced.
But it s certainly a hardware problem I put t know what should I PIN you meant exactly, but maybe a loose connection is causing this problem I mean a FL-inverter connection
Here's a useful page [how remove and replace card ups FL on Toshiba Tecra 8100 | http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Tecra-8100/remove-replace-fl-inverter-board.htm]
Maybe it could be useful for you
In any case, these hardware issues are always delicate, and in most cases, each unique piece, and the connection must be checked. It's not easy, and in most cases and the computer laptop technician should take a look on this laptop
OK so this problem started about two days ago. I noticed that my time was off so I went to settings > General > Date and time. I changed the hour correctly but when I locked it and got out of her for a few minutes, it was always the same when I changed it. For example: this morning, back at the exact time that was at 10:41 20 minutes later, I changed my time and it was still stuck at 10:41 time will work properly if I am constantly on my IPod and do not block. I really need to use the alarm when I wake up every morning! I've tried everything to fix it, but nothing seems to work. Reset my IPod do not even help.
This issue has also started two days ago. I noticed that the wifi on my IPod touch 5th generation cut off while an application is open, but when I close it then connects back. It is only on my IPod, but not my IPad. It's pretty boring. I also tried to reset my router but it always disconnects.
The latest happened just yesterday. Again, I've tried my time is correctly set when all of a sudden half top of my screen turns red and turns green half lower. The screen then goes to black and my entire iPod restarts.
Thank you very much for the help. :-)
-Reset the device iOS. Nothing will be lost
Device iOS Reset: Hold down the On / Off button and the Home button at the same time for to
ten seconds, until the Apple logo appears.
-Reset all settings
Go to settings > general > Reset and tap reset all settings.
All your preferences and settings are reset. Information (such as your contacts and calendars) and media (such as songs and videos) are not affected.
-Restore from backup. See:
-Restore factory settings/new iOS device.
If still problem, make an appointment at an Apple store Genius Bar because it appears that you have a hardware problem.
When I use my laptop Tecra 8200 with (new) battery, light falls down on the screen, making it almost impossible to work with. I use windows XP. I have havn´t found all the settings to adjust it - anyone know what to do?
Appreciate the help!
On the Toshiba driver European page you will find the Toshiba Power Saver for Windows XP this time that it s a 4.05.00 version
You can find it in the Archive-> Tecra-Tecra 8xxx--> Tecra 8200-> PT820E-> Power Saver >
My Toshiba Tecra 8000 screen has cracked and I realized this was a video output port, but it does not work.
Can someone help me?
What video output port can you hear? The VGA port or the output port RCA-video? In both cases, the external display you seek, should give a picture.
If this isn't the case, it should at least be configurable in windows.
Please specify your question and tell more details on exactly what you want.
I can't watch all the video links or netflix screen comes goes green
If you are using Internet Explorer, try the following.
Open an Internet Explorer window.
Hold down the alt key and press x, and then select Internet Options.
Select the Advanced tab, enter a check mark in the box "made software use instead of GPU rendering', then click on apply then Ok to save this change.
Close all the open Internet Explorer Windows, and then try to play a video.
DP - K
I have a toshiba tecra 8000 laptop with windows xp.
The pc started the bad resolution with 800 x 600, (I had black spaces next to my screen, all parties) so I turned it in windows for 1024 x 768 whitch works perfectly. Now the screen is completely filled with urz... screen :)
It seems to only be changed in windows. When I start a game or another program, it starts in a small 800 x 600 (?) or some other resolution and leash areas black. When I start the laptop, the resolution is also bad (u see back (?) of text from somewhere near the middle of the screen) is changed in windows :(
How can I solve this problem (if it has something to do with the bios or something... hope you can tell me how to fix this!
I would be very happy
Please check the stretch function in the BIOS and try again.
I have a tecra 8000 with win 2000 pro is installed.
Everything works fine with one exception...
Press the [fn] [f5] keys to use the device outside.
Is there a way I can get it to run 2 screens at the same time (either cloned or, preferably tv being a secondary monitor)?
If anyone can help I would be eternally grateful
I'm not familiar with the Tecra 8000 and W2K operating system. If there I sno good driver on Toshiba download page (I assume W2K is not supported for this model of laptop), please try to find the driver somewhere on the net. I found some info your unit has NeoMagic NM2200 (MagicMedia 256av) video card.
To use an external monitor as a second monitor, or extended display just try to use the Windows settings in display properties.
My computer is having problems loading the main office. I start it up, the first black-wallpaper with the logo is displayed, then the screen goes to the Microsoft screen with the green bar of movement. After that, the Windows logo appears and makes the sound. A new screen will appear with a "start-up Fund" and he said: "Please wait...". "This form of lasting about 5 to 8 minutes, then the text disappears, with only the bottom upward. I left it sitting there on the blank screen for about 20 minutes, and still nothing changes. I tried Ctrl + Alt + Delete, and shows nothing. Finally restart manually, but the same problem occurs. The only way that this works is in Mode safe mode with networking (which is currently used). I also tried the system restore, but this does not work because by default it must go through the same problematic steps, as mentioned previously.Hi ninja_panda13,-Remember to make changes to your computer after that this problem started to happen?As you are able to boot mode safe mode with networking, put your computer in a clean boot state in order to verify if any third-party application is causing this problem.
Put your boot system helps determine if third-party applications or startup items are causing the problem. If so, you need to maybe contact the manufacturer of the program for updates or uninstall and reinstall the program.
See KB Microsoft article below for more information on how to solve a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7:How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Note: After troubleshooting, be sure to set the computer to start as usual as mentioned in step 7 in the above article.
I have a laptop Toshiba Tecra 8000 given to me the year last by my uncle. I live in England, but it is and bought the PC in Italy. I do not know if this causes complications, but I thought it may be useful.
Since I got it it occasionally did not display any image of all system startup, so if I have given some time and restarted it would start working again. Happening of bagan more frequently and now I can't make it work. I have conections and found that everything was in place. Then he doesn't seem to be turning on, however when I replaced the front LED cable seems to be turning on and although I couldn't hear much the CPU was luminous heat. I opened the drive and it gave once more, succeeded him and he still wouldn't start. I had purchased and replaced the screws on the heatsink around this area but I did not handle it with many other things.
So now, I have a monitor that does not work and a gard drive that won't start... Any ideas?
Could be either the card mother, CPU or ram. The processor when it goes bad or is not locked in place (have had this before, install the CPU but forgot to turn the lock, so he cannot move) the computer will act as its startup, don't give any error and stay on a black screen. Verify that the processor is locked in place. Then remove the ram and try a stick of RAM that runs on another computer. If you try the RAM and the processor do not always start, then chances are your motherboard is dead and must be replaced. Hope this helps and that solve you the problem.
Hello. I have a Tecra 8000 I used for 3 years with no problems. I recently gave to someone, anyone, but she gives it telling me that it has stopped working.
The problem is it does not boot, it gives me the TOSHIBA logo, then the screen "booting Windows 2000 upwards", then again TOSHIBA logo and new "Windows 2000 is starting up". It just keeps going forever.
One of my fried said that the NETDETECT.COM file may have been tampered with. But how do I get that back and if I can't go beyond these 2 screens. Help please.
See you soon
one of my friends had similar problems with his notebook of W2k, so I searched in the Ms knowledge base and found this article no. 281770
Go to http://support.microsoft.com and search for this number.
This article contains a description of the Safe Mode and safe boot sequence.
I have a problem with my laptop Toshiba Tecra 8000, there is a green line with a width of 1 pixel on the screen of my laptop which does not disappear. the laptop is almost 2 years old. is there a possibility that it could be repaired? Thanks in advance,
interesting would be if the green line is permanently on the screen during startup or 'just' that Windows runs.
But never mind, the laptop Tecra series three-year warranty.
So in this case you can give it to a Toshiba repair for a control center upward.
I'm running the video output from my tecra 8000 via yellow composite video connector at the rear of the unit. I thought it was as simple as pluging in both sides of a RCA (one end to the video input of a video recorder) Jack and the other end into the video Tecra.
I get NOTHING on the screen. What I am doing wrong?
Thanks in advance
normally, you have to pass the video signal in the composite connection.
For this (on newer models at least) by pressing FN + F5.
This combination toggles the 'next' display/device combination
If the videodevice primary and standard is the internal TFT, pressing FN + F5 once going to signal internal both TFT and RGB (monitor connector). Next time you press it, it will only in RGB, and next time, again, it should go to the TV output (composite).
The docking station for the doen't Tecra8000 replicate the TVout connector, but I have a cable to right angle that matches the TV normal port when connected and allows the cable out the host unit. TV connector normally output is disabled when it is docked and is there a setting in the registry or something in 98SE to re - activate?
I connect my Tecra to a TV to watch DivX movies on the big screen, with the audio goes to my stereo, but I need to use the device with the Replicator, because the server containing my video files on a network, so I need the capacity of the network. I COULD use a network adapter, but then that beats the purpose of a docking station with the LAN!
I'm a bit confused. As much as I know some Tecra 8000 have no LAN card. If your camera has card LAN and LAN port why you n t plug it directly into the TV and LAN without Port Replicator?
I'm not sure if the port is disabled, but you can test if you can 100%. If there is no success, you must use the PCMCIA network adapter.
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