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My computer screen break ,I want change a new sereen,how much i shuold pay

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When I power up all I get is a white screen


1Diagnose the problem with your computer. Watch the screen from the moment you hit the power button through the time it should take to boot into the Operating System.
Adjust the computer's contrast and brightness through their full ranges to make sure that the display settings have not been changed.
Reset the computer's LCD-External Monitor display with the LCD/External Monitor key combination and reboot the computer.
Continue to Step 2 if the screen is blank throughout the booting process.

2.Adjust the screen from its fully closed position to its fully opened position. Watch the monitor for any change from a blank screen to a display or vice-versa. If the screen flashes or cuts out, the LCD panel will need to be replaced. Skip to Step 5.

3.Skip this step if your computer does not have an external monitor output.
Connect your computer's external monitor output to a known good monitor and change the display from LCD to External Monitor (the keystroke combination is different for all notebook brands). Reboot the comptuer, if necessary.
If the computer does not display to the external monitor, the video card could be bad. Skip to Step 6.

4.Consult with a professional technician to determine the cost-effectiveness of replacing your computer's LCD if you are not knowledgeable in that area.
Purchase a compatible replacement LCD and install it yourself, or pay a professional technician to do so if you do not feel comfortable performing the repair.

5.Verify that the monitor connection cables are not loose or disconnected before attempting to replace it.
Replace the monitor yourself by removing the old monitor. Remove the hinge covers by gently prying them. Check if they are screwed to the computer before prying.
Find the monitor cable's connection to the motherboard. Turn your computer over and remove any plates that may cover the point of connection. Note the orientation of the cables before disconnecting them.
Unscrew the monitor from the hinges and gently detach it from your computer. Feed the new LCD panel's wires through the same path as the old wires, and reconnect them. Secure the new LCD's hinges and replace the hinge covers.
Power up the computer and check that it works. If it does not, recheck the wire connections.

6.Consult with a professional technician to determine the cost-effectiveness of replacing your computer's motherboard or video card if you are not knowledgeable in that area.
Purchase a compatible replacement motherboard or video card, and install yourself or pay a professional technician to do so if you do not feel comfortable performing the repair.

7.Replace the motherboard by disassembling the computer. Document every connection and be sure to retain all screws and small parts in order to reassemble the computer correctly. Reassemble the computer and power it up; check the keyboard to make sure that it has been reconnected properly.
Replace the video card by removing any covers or plates that hide the card. Remove the old card and install the new card in its place. Power up the computer to test the display.

Sep 28, 2011 | HP Compaq Presario F730US Notebook

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3. Type of Display and Size - Get the right type of Laptop screen as the screen of your laptop is the main interface that you will use to interact with it. Make sure that your laptop features a TFT screen; these screens give a brighter display which can be viewed from an angle. Non-TFT displays seem dim and have to be viewed from straight on. The downside to being so portable is that most laptops have smaller screens than desktop systems.

4. Connectivity - Most of the laptops offer the same connectivity options today, but if you have any special requirements you should be sure to make sure your laptop can meet these needs. For example, it would be very embarrassing to turn up to an important business presentation and discover that your laptop doesn't actually have the correct type of port to allow it to connect to your company network.

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Hope the above Tips will show you how to buy a laptop, and help you in making your next purchase.

on Jul 24, 2010 | PC Laptops

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Screen not displaying anything. BUt the machine is on.


1.Diagnose the problem with your computer. Watch the screen from the moment you hit the power button through the time it should take to boot into the Operating System. Adjust the computer's contrast and brightness through their full ranges to make sure that the display settings have not been changed. Reset the computer's LCD-External Monitor display with the LCD/External Monitor key combination and reboot the computer. Continue to Step 2 if the screen is blank throughout the booting process.
2.Adjust the screen from its fully closed position to its fully opened position. Watch the monitor for any change from a blank screen to a display or vice-versa. If the screen flashes or cuts out, the LCD panel will need to be replaced. Skip to Step 5.
3.Skip this step if your computer does not have an external monitor output. Connect your computer's external monitor output to a known good monitor and change the display from LCD to External Monitor (the keystroke combination is different for all notebook brands). Reboot the comptuer, if necessary. If the computer does not display to the external monitor, the video card could be bad. Skip to Step 6.
4.Consult with a professional technician to determine the cost-effectiveness of replacing your computer's LCD if you are not knowledgeable in that area. Purchase a compatible replacement LCD and install it yourself, or pay a professional technician to do so if you do not feel comfortable performing the repair.
5.Verify that the monitor connection cables are not loose or disconnected before attempting to replace it. Replace the monitor yourself by removing the old monitor. Remove the hinge covers by gently prying them. Check if they are screwed to the computer before prying. Find the monitor cable's connection to the motherboard. Turn your computer over and remove any plates that may cover the point of connection. Note the orientation of the cables before disconnecting them. Unscrew the monitor from the hinges and gently detach it from your computer. Feed the new LCD panel's wires through the same path as the old wires, and reconnect them. Secure the new LCD's hinges and replace the hinge covers. Power up the computer and check that it works. If it does not, recheck the wire connections.
6.Consult with a professional technician to determine the cost-effectiveness of replacing your computer's motherboard or video card if you are not knowledgeable in that area. Purchase a compatible replacement motherboard or video card, and install yourself or pay a professional technician to do so if you do not feel comfortable performing the repair.
7.Replace the motherboard by disassembling the computer. Document every connection and be sure to retain all screws and small parts in order to reassemble the computer correctly. Reassemble the computer and power it up; check the keyboard to make sure that it has been reconnected properly. Replace the video card by removing any covers or plates that hide the card. Remove the old card and install the new card in its place. Power up the computer to test the display.

Sep 27, 2011 | PC Laptops

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When starting up just get black screen?


1.Diagnose the problem with your computer. Watch the screen from the moment you hit the power button through the time it should take to boot into the Operating System.
Adjust the computer's contrast and brightness through their full ranges to make sure that the display settings have not been changed.
Reset the computer's LCD-External Monitor display with the LCD/External Monitor key combination and reboot the computer.
Continue to Step 2 if the screen is blank throughout the booting process.

2.Adjust the screen from its fully closed position to its fully opened position. Watch the monitor for any change from a blank screen to a display or vice-versa. If the screen flashes or cuts out, the LCD panel will need to be replaced. Skip to Step 5.

3.Skip this step if your computer does not have an external monitor output.
Connect your computer's external monitor output to a known good monitor and change the display from LCD to External Monitor (the keystroke combination is different for all notebook brands). Reboot the comptuer, if necessary.
If the computer does not display to the external monitor, the video card could be bad. Skip to Step 6.

4.Consult with a professional technician to determine the cost-effectiveness of replacing your computer's LCD if you are not knowledgeable in that area.
Purchase a compatible replacement LCD and install it yourself, or pay a professional technician to do so if you do not feel comfortable performing the repair.

5.Verify that the monitor connection cables are not loose or disconnected before attempting to replace it.
Replace the monitor yourself by removing the old monitor. Remove the hinge covers by gently prying them. Check if they are screwed to the computer before prying.
Find the monitor cable's connection to the motherboard. Turn your computer over and remove any plates that may cover the point of connection. Note the orientation of the cables before disconnecting them.
Unscrew the monitor from the hinges and gently detach it from your computer. Feed the new LCD panel's wires through the same path as the old wires, and reconnect them. Secure the new LCD's hinges and replace the hinge covers.
Power up the computer and check that it works. If it does not, recheck the wire connections.

6.Consult with a professional technician to determine the cost-effectiveness of replacing your computer's motherboard or video card if you are not knowledgeable in that area.
Purchase a compatible replacement motherboard or video card, and install yourself or pay a professional technician to do so if you do not feel comfortable performing the repair.

7.Replace the motherboard by disassembling the computer. Document every connection and be sure to retain all screws and small parts in order to reassemble the computer correctly. Reassemble the computer and power it up; check the keyboard to make sure that it has been reconnected properly.
Replace the video card by removing any covers or plates that hide the card. Remove the old card and install the new card in its place. Power up the computer to test the display.

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4 y/o nephew spilled some soda on toshiba satellite L45-S7423 while it was on. It powered down. I took it apart and cleaned it after a few days of "drip drying" out of case because we were out of...


To be frank: in all likelihood it is not worth the time to manually fix or the money to send to a shop and fix unless you have important documents on it that you need to save. An average laptop, providing no accidents, lasts around 7 years. However it is obsolete in about 3-5. There are better laptops on the market today and depending on your main use of the laptop, I would advise to buy a new one, as depending on what needs to be replaced, you could be paying as much as a new laptop anyway.

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I have a Dell Latitude E5400 and I erroneously grabbed the laptop by the screen and when I pressed on the edge it caused 3/4's of the screen to show horizontal/vertical lines and one 1/4 to have a wavy...


Nothing much you can do, other than to take the computer to a qualified technician, for a replacement of the LCD unit. You might find a "previously-owned" LCD, for about $100,
rather than paying $200 for a "new" LCD, plus $60 for the "labour" to change it.

Mar 03, 2011 | PC Laptops

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Broken lap top screen on a advent net book ,,,,,,,,,,,, how much would it cost and should i repair it ?


Some "small" computer-stores sell computer-parts on "consignment". So, go to one of those stores -- they may have an LCD screen available that matches your screen.
Expect to pay $100 for such a "previously-owned" screen,
versus paying $200 to $250 for a "new" screen.
Add $75 for "one-hour-labour" for disassembling your laptop, replacing the screen, reassembling, and testing.

Aug 31, 2010 | Advent PC Laptops

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My advent netbook 4213 won't display anything on screen. Not even the boot up process It's just blank but if i look really closely i get verticle and horizontal very faint black lines how can i fix this?


check the wireing between the screen and under the keyboard.you mak have a loose cable, or you may have to replace the sereen, Did you try hooking you laptop up to a monitor via the external outputs?

Jun 27, 2010 | Advent Netbook

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Dell Inspiron screen coming off at hinges


It's a common problem with Dell Inspiron 1501 / 6000 / 6400 models. So tighten all screws on the bottom, on the back (where power cable connects), then remove cover on top of the keyboard and tighten screws there, then remove screen bezel and tighten screws there - here is how:
http://support.euro.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins6000/en/sm/display0.htm#wp1020174
then put everything back.

Aug 05, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

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