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Hello The answer is YES. You can load Win-7 from an external DVD player, after making it as first boot device. You must have get DVD as first boot devce and the internal hard disc to second boot device. Click out all boot devices to none, by entering into the bios window. You can get the bios settings, by press and hold the "Delete" key of your computer, as it first try to load. OK.
if the both screen inputs are dead im pretty sure you have no way to recover form the netbook yourself.
dont lose hope though there is a way to recover your data.either remove your harddrive and obtain n external harddrive enclosure for your internal sata netbook hard drive.follow the instructions ad put the netbook drive into it and connect it to another machine. these enclosures can be around 80 bucks so if you go to a electronics store make sure you compare what models you find with that whats online.you could get a great deal. if thats too technical,the geek squad do offer a data transfer service for a fee onto anther external hard drive. its a more expensive option but it requires less hands on
1) The easiest solution: use an external computer monitor plufgged on the back of the laptop.
2) Laptop screens can be expensive and hard to find, but.... If you REALLY feel up for the challenge, try to get a replacement screen. I've seen some being offered in eBay or other websites. Do a search on Youtube to see how to do the repairs.
3) If nothing helps, you may need a new laptop
no, when you crack the casing it is costly to replace. it depends where it is on the computer. You could find someone cheaper maybe. or find the part your self cheaper then them and bring it in and have them install it. it will most likely be cheaper going that route.
Hi there. Yes you can have the screen replaced and you can do it yourself, however i would recommend that you send it for repair as these Eee PC's are difficult to disassemble and you have to know what your doing.
If you have any of the manufacturers warranty left on the netbook take advantage of that and send it to Asus for repair.