Question about Computers & Internet
First of all, do you have any warranty at all? If you do then save all the trouble as the place where you bought from can replace it for free.
If not try this:
Try to slightly twist the screen holding it from the top corners to see if that changes any thing, if it does then you need to check your screen's connector on both the motherboard and screen, if that's not the case, then you have internal screen connection (Screen main board) problem that is killing parts of your screen (dead pixels).
I highly suggest you let a professional look at before you attempt anything. Buy the screen off eBay for 80 dollars or less and have someone with enough experience to install it following proper installation procedure to insure the safety of your laptop's components.
Most profs install screens for about 160 and up. (screen+labor)
Hope that helps.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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