Laptop No display problem Tags: Laptops Toshiba Displays Last response: September 14, 2012 1:23 AM in Laptops & Notebooks Share calvincross7 September 7, 2012 1:38:17 AM I have a toshiba sattelite l510. I did not use it for 2months and when i tried to turn it on it boots up but shows no display at all. **I tried to replace the ram with a working one ==>Still no display **I tried to connect it to a working external monitor ==>Still no display ==>Message on screen is "no signal" What could be the culprit here guys? More about : laptop display problem AlanWarrick September 7, 2012 9:34:47 PM 1. Does it have a video chipset that is directly soldered onto the motherboard? 2. do you get any beeps if you completely unplug all the ram? m 0 l calvincross7 September 14, 2012 1:23:49 AM 1. yes sir, video chipset is embedded on board 2. yup it beeps when i remove the ram m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedLaptop Display/ Graphics Card Problem? Forum common parts of laptop motherboard problem for totally blackout or display? Forum If I can connect to a laptop remotely, does it mean that display problem is related to LCD screen not VGA? Forum Display problem with laptop Forum Display problem on hp G71-447US laptop Forum SolvedDisplay problem on Vista laptop Forum sony laptop display problem Forum SolvedDisplay problem with my laptop Forum Solved Toshiba A105 Laptop Display screen problem Forum SolvedA very strange display problem on my laptop. Forum Laptop has a Display Problem Forum display problem in my laptop Forum Hp dv2000 laptop display flicker but no problem with ext monitor Forum Toshiba Laptop Display Problem Forum Laptop chipset problem no display Forum Dell Vostro 1500 laptop display problem Forum About hp laptop display problem Forum Problem With Laptop Display. Small Pink/Light Blotch Forum Diagnosing a laptop display problem Forum Laptop Display Problem Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !