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Usually laptops have a VGA port- so yes, you could connect an external monitor to use the laptop again. As far as being worthwhile to repair- LCD repair jobs depend on the availability of parts, and finding a technician or firm that will do the repair. From what it sounds like, the system is not in warranty and the contacting Acer for tech support is not an option. I know as far as Dell is concerned, out of warranty LCD repair pushes $500. I would price out your options- that would determine whether or not to replace the entire system.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
It depends on how do you see it, looking at the standard of the shelf configuration I think it's time to get a new one (there are some great deals at OfficeMax check out HP Pavilion G72-250US, they have amazing sale on this one & I like the 17 inches bright LED screen too + the configuration is nice). On the other side if you feel the performance of the system is OK & you can survive for a bit longer then you might want to get the screen repaired. I just get another one :-)
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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