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You have a serious problem. Replacement screens tend to be ridiculously expensive, I was once quoted $850 for a Sony Vaio, not including labor. Also the replacement procedure is quite involved, if you don't have a background in handling delicate electronics, both in terms of mechanical issues and also the real danger of damage by static electricity.
Sometimes you can get lucky and find a replacement screen on Ebay. There is no way to fix the screen, except replacing it.
Another half-way solution is to hook up a cheap external monitor or a compatible TV to your laptop, and use it as a desktop.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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