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Hi @incognegro918 ,
 
You can connect the laptop’s HDD into another computer to retrieve your files.
 
Here’s an [https://www.wikihow.com/Recover-Data-from-the-Hard-Drive-of-a-Dead-Laptop|example] of the various ways to do this.
 
It may be prudent to back up your files this way before trying to fix the laptop as at least this way you have them in case anything goes wrong with the repair and corrupts the HDD for example, unless you remove the HDD that is ;-)
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Toshiba Satellite C855-S5115]] guide, which should be of some help to gain access to the motherboard etc.
 
As you say, it appears as though the DC-In jack has been bypassed and the DC Power is connected directly to the appropriate connections on the motherboard.
 
The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace the jack and then re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that the laptop has a standard removable external power connection again.
The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace the jack and then re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that the laptop has a standard removable external power connection again.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

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Hi @incognegro918 ,
 
You can connect the laptop’s HDD into another computer to retrieve your files.
 
Here’s an [https://www.wikihow.com/Recover-Data-from-the-Hard-Drive-of-a-Dead-Laptop|example] of the various ways to do this.
 
It may be prudent to back up your files this way before trying to fix the laptop as at least this way you have them in case anything goes wrong with the repair and corrupts the HDD for example, unless you remove the HDD that is ;-)
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Toshiba Satellite C855-S5115]] guide, which should be of some help to gain access to the motherboard etc.
 
As you say, it appears as thoughtthough the DC-In jack has been bypassed and the DC Power is connected directly to the appropriate connections on the motherboard.
As you say, it appears as thoughtthough the DC-In jack has been bypassed and the DC Power is connected directly to the appropriate connections on the motherboard.
 
The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace the jack and then re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that the laptop has a standard power connection again.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

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Hi @incognegro918 ,
 
You can connect the laptop’s HDD into another computer to retrieve your files.
 
Here’s an [https://www.wikihow.com/Recover-Data-from-the-Hard-Drive-of-a-Dead-Laptop|example] of the various ways to do this.
 
It may be prudent to back up your files this way before trying to fix the laptop as at least this way you have them in case anything goes wrong with the repair and corrupts the HDD for example, unless you remove the HDD that is ;-)
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Toshiba Satellite C855-S5115]] guide, which should be of some help to gain access to the motherboard etc.
 
As you say, it appears as thought the DC-In jack has been bypassed and the DC Power is connected directly to the appropriate connections on the motherboard.
 
The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace itthe jack and thethen re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that itthe laptop has become a standard power connection again.
The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace itthe jack and thethen re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that itthe laptop has become a standard power connection again.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

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Hi @incognegro918 ,
 
You can connect the laptop’s HDD into another computer to retrieve your files.
 
Here’s an [https://www.wikihow.com/Recover-Data-from-the-Hard-Drive-of-a-Dead-Laptop|example] of howthe various ways to do this.
Here’s an [https://www.wikihow.com/Recover-Data-from-the-Hard-Drive-of-a-Dead-Laptop|example] of howthe various ways to do this.
 
It may be prudent to back up your files this way before trying to fix the laptop as at least this way you have them in case anything goes wrong with the repair and corrupts the HDD for example, unless you remove the HDD that is ;-)
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Toshiba Satellite C855-S5115]] guide, which should be of some help to gain access to the motherboard etc.
 
As you say, it appears as thought the DC-In jack has been bypassed and the DC Power is connected directly to the appropriate connections on the motherboard.
 
The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace it and the re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that it has become a standard connection again.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi @incognegro918 ,
 
You can connect the laptop’s HDD into another computer to retrieve your files.
 
Here’s an [https://www.wikihow.com/Recover-Data-from-the-Hard-Drive-of-a-Dead-Laptop|example] of how to do this.
 
It may be prudent to back up your files this way before trying to fix the laptop as at least this way you have them in case anything goes wrong with the repair and corrupts the HDD for example.example, unless you remove the HDD that is ;-)
It may be prudent to back up your files this way before trying to fix the laptop as at least this way you have them in case anything goes wrong with the repair and corrupts the HDD for example.example, unless you remove the HDD that is ;-)
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Toshiba Satellite C855-S5115]] guide, which should be of some help to gain access to the motherboard etc.
 
As you say, it appears as thought the DC-In jack has been bypassed and the DC Power is connected directly to the appropriate connections on the motherboard.
 
The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace it and the re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that it has become a standard connection again.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

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Hi @incognegro918 ,
 
You can connect the laptop’s HDD into antheranother computer to retrieve your files.
You can connect the laptop’s HDD into antheranother computer to retrieve your files.
 
Here’s an [https://www.wikihow.com/Recover-Data-from-the-Hard-Drive-of-a-Dead-Laptop|example] of how to do this.
 
It may be prudent to back up your files this way before trying to fix the laptop as at least this way you have them in case anything goes wrong with the repair and corrupts the HDD for example.
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Toshiba Satellite C855-S5115]] guide, which should be of some help to gain access to the motherboard etc.
 
As you say, it appears as thought the DC-In jack has been bypassed and the DC Power is connected directly to the appropriate connections on the motherboard.
 
The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace it and the re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that it has become a standard connection again.

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원문 게시자: jayeff ,

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Hi @incognegro918 ,

You can connect the laptop’s HDD into anther computer to retrieve your files.

Here’s an [https://www.wikihow.com/Recover-Data-from-the-Hard-Drive-of-a-Dead-Laptop|example] of how to do this.

It may be prudent to back up your files this way before trying to fix the laptop as at least this way you have them in case anything goes wrong with the repair and corrupts the HDD for example.

Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Toshiba Satellite C855-S5115]] guide, which should be of some help to gain access to the motherboard etc.

As you say, it appears as thought the DC-In jack has been bypassed and the DC Power is connected directly  to the appropriate connections on the motherboard.

The DC-In jack is a plug in module ([https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-TOSHIBA-C855-S5115-C855D-SERIES-DC-IN-POWER-JACK-CABLE-6017B0404401-/183534544491|example only]) so if the connector on the motherboard hasn’t been ruined by the “modification” then perhaps you can replace it and the re-modify the power adapter so that it has the correct plug on it so that it has become a standard connection again.

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