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It should be made conditions: Multimers you have is working? It’s low and should be so, I think!!
Add Failing Toshiba tested with debug card, code stops at 78 -Bios is InsideH20, didn’t find meaning of this code?
How can we set socket processor to perform disconnection of one phase differently? Also, In Schema and Manual I dont see any indication! I think this signal must be low level. Who is the manufacturer of the Iventec
INVENTEC PS10S_MP_20080123 6050A2170201-MB-A03 Toshiba Satellite PRO L300 L305
This signal should be generated when the ADP Does this code error pinpoint any failure? Try to turn the laptop from a laboratory power supply with setting the supply voltage is 21 volts and a current of 4. If not availablethen ordered. Try to turn on the laptop with one module DDR separately in each slot. What is the status signals: Recommendinstall, post-map invenec different working laptops and record post-codes, or create a video pass codes.
What are the voltages on the Board invehtec still working? Toshiba L shuts down after 2 seconds display. If problem is not solved, thereafter.
I think it’s better for me to take a great breath before resuming the repair of this crazy Toshiba lap!!! But your suggestion to check the above components, is likely to put me on the right track!
Oh, I just realized that you reply to my last post. I got the idea of making my own database lnventec post-codes of working laps, but creating video pass codes this is very interesting so thank you for the recommendation.
Toshiba Satellite LQ – Inventec PT10SC (AMB-A03) bios
AF then stops at code Thank you for your good support. Add Failing Toshiba tested with debug card, code stops inventwc 78 -Bios is InsideH20didn’t find meaning of this code? Will confirm tomorrow after checking a working Toshiba L whether this signal should be normally ;t10sc or low. Thank you for the bios codes links, I knew only bios central, the 2 other links are very useful. Separately from the battery work? The battery is charging?
INVENTECH Schematic Diagram
It is through this contact output PWM determines that the processor has a normal contact with the case a common ground wire. If anythingit will be useful for the future. Y’re right, voltages found with my digital multimeter are indeed strange!
You can try to set the values VID0-VID6 manually at a certain value and to compare the received voltage with a innventec in the Datasheet.
Tested whether replacing with a known good components: And run the laptop on each phase separately. Still try to disable one of the phases. When the shutdown of the laptop disappears, only the voltage on the CPU? Will move on other repairs, and give feed back on Toshiba in some days. When Lap is ON main existing voltages are: To throw this laptop in the garbage. Tested Whether Replacing with A Known good components: A resistor divider where the upper resistor is connected to VCC, the lower resistor NTC thermistor is connected to GND, and the center point is connected to this pin and acts as a temperature sensor half bridge.
Voltages at G pins: I think this signal must be low level I think the diagram incorrectly drawn. Voltages measured with DC plugged in and laptop off: I think that CPU is not in function mode, isn’t it? I ‘ll agree then, that’ll be the best way to solve definitely the issue!! You need to carefully read the Datasheet. This topic can be closed.
If there is, it’s faster to install a known working PWM. I’m not sure you can check this PWM without a processor. Maybe try to delete this pin to the ground? Replace the North bridge To throw this ivnentec in the garbage. Again, check all measurements were made serviceable multimeter: Y’re right it’s 0.