Well then I guess we/you would need some kind of model number or such of the motherboard in order to find that. I came across other postings I assume made by you in the last few days in different groups and forums or maybe it was just coincidence. Anyway I think your going to need to find out some name/model number or even start with the manufacturer of the motherboard in order to get the info you seek.
Toshiba Satellite L655D-S5109
model number: PSK2LU-02800C
Motherboard part #A000076380
havent been able to find a schematic for it
if i wanted to spend that much for a new motherboard I wouldnt need the schematic this is why i am trying to find information on the internet. New mobo costs from 260 to 350 dollars. I'm not rich that is why i am looking for free information. Guess i will look elsewhere
Would have been good to know the model number or part number of the board in the begining.
I wasn't saying for you to buy the board, I wanted you to look for a replacement board to get the model or part number that you had and did not share in the begining. Then when we had the model or part number we go find the schematic. I did not know you already had the number.
It cannot be that hard to find on the board if there is one. Is there a cmos battery on the board ? If so it would usually be in close proximity to that. There are only so many jumpers on a board. In fact if it did have a cmos battery pulling that for a few minutes would do the same thing.