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Repair monitor screen

The monitor has some severe scratches.  Is there anything I can do to remedy this situation?

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Re: repair monitor screen

No u cant u simply have to replace your glass of the monitor visit a computer store

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I have a red dot on the screen. I tink its a dead pixel? Can this be repaired?

There are 2 ways you can try to fix dead pixel: Try online tool like
Try this quick guide to fix dead pixels
  1. Turn off your monitor.
  2. Get yourself a damp cloth, so that you won't scratch the screen.
  3. Apply pressure to the area where the stuck pixel is. Try not to put pressure anywhere else, as this may trigger the creation of more stuck pixels.
  4. While applying pressure, turn on your computer and screen.
  5. Remove pressure and the stuck pixel should be gone.
If none of these works, than you can't do anything with it.
Hope it helps

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Hi, Im using HP w2408h monitor..its desktop...My baby scratched on the screen with the blade and there is full of scratches..nbut the computer is working fine..Am I able to repair the glass screen alone...

There are screen cleaners which are available at all laptop/PC spares which can be used to clean and wipe out the scraches,. However if the scratches are deep into the LCD then it cannot be undone and you may need to change the LCD if the vision is too blurred.

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1. LCD Monitor has a vertical blue line on the right side about 1mm thick. 2. After starting the PC, it takes atleast 20 minutes for the screen to open (in the meantime the screen is white in colour)

1. the defect is in the lcd panel itself - the controlling chip has failed and cannot be repaired. You need a new monitor or use this one as is.
1. the drivers for the video card, and god knows what else, are severely corrupted. When the problem is that bad the only sure way to fix it is to reinstall Windows. From scratch.

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Scratched computor screen

How deep of a scratch is it on the screen? Just on the plastic/glass protective coating over the monitor?
If it is not in the LCD then you could just remove the plastic/glass and replace it if you want.
If the scratch is deep then your LCD is probably scratched. Sadly the cost of replacing the LCD screen within an LCD monitor is more expensive than buying an entirely new screen. Your best bet is either dealing with the scratch or getting an entirely new monitor. I would recommend visiting where there are many cheap monitors there.
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Repaire scratches on a lcd flat screen

The eraser method is even better than I first thought.
I acquired my first scratch some weeks back, tried the eraser method, and was quite pleased with the results, as my scratch was approx. 80% less visible, a faint grey line visible only on very light or dark coloured backgrounds, instead of the glaring black line it was at first.
Today my monitor toppled again (I really must tether the damn thing to something next time) creating - gulp - a new and even larger scratch. Oh, no... But whodathunk I'd end up happy I got the 2nd scratch? Oddly, I am happy, 'cause I took the opportunity to lay the monitor flat, take my white eraser again , and really go to town rubbing both new & old scratches. Lo & behold, both scratches appear to be now virtually 100% invisible or gone. My 2-scratch monitor is better now than it was as a one scratch one! I'm now convinced it's partly, largely, or completely due to the heat from friction of rubbing the eraser across the scratch, plus pressure applied, that does the trick. The heat must soften the plastic surface making it malleable, and the pressure of rubbing smooths out the jagged scratch edges, making the scratches disappear.
-So, if at first your eraser doesn't completely eliminate your scratch, try, try again! Keep working on it - harder!faster! And with luck, you'll get results like mine: complete elimination of two ugly scratches!

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Monitor not receiving data from computer?

If you did not hear any beep from your CPU, then the problem is in the system not the screen.
Try connecting the screen to another computer and try also a working screen of a friend to your computer...
You'll find out that either the screen or the computer...

Good luck... post me back for your result.
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sir,,,the power supply has been damage kindly checkit right away,,thnkss and hope to help you??

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1 situation - No leds? No menu on screen?
Take it to a service provider for repair.

2 situation - Leds on, menu on screen.
No video in your computer. Ask help for your computer.

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Screen cover

see it is not easily avilable but one thing you can do is ask any service repair personnel and tell him i just need cover see if they help you out bcoz they have stock of it . bye

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