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Answer to: What is the ylodThe YLOD is when the system is no longer functioning properly and displays a flashing yellow light on the power indicator. If you are experiencing the YLOD, there are a myriad of reasons why it could be. More often than not, a component on the board has failed and the system determined it critical and detrimental to continue running. This link will give you ideas as to what caused it. P.S. I found this in that link: The Yellow light of death is used by the PS3 to indicate a hardware failure with the consoles motherboard. There are a lot of things which can go wrong with a motherboard, and this is by no means an exhaustive list. The most common reason for Montherboard errors in Consoles is caused by overheating. Consoles have notoriously bad air flow and push their thermal limit rather regularly. This usually results in solder (a material used to connect computer components) heating to a point where it liquefies and detaches. There are many components for which losing solder is non-fatal, but many YLoDs are ca...
Answer to: Keyboard not registering the Letter l & n when depressedSeems like there might be something preventing the keys being pressed under the key. Try removing the keyboard and giving it a good clean with compressed air just to see if that's the issue. For your convenience, I've linked the keyboard replacement guide to help you, should you need it. Toshiba Satellite C660 Keyboard Replacement