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The lid on my laptop can no longer stand up? How do I fix it?

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One of the things is to hook it to another monitor and see if that still happens. If it does not then it is most likely the screen on the laptop. Not to worry though it could be the cable that connects the laptop motherboard to the screen. When you open and close the lid, it flexes the cable and the little wires in can break. The cable is not cheap though. One way to test this is to change how far the lid opens by flexing it open and closed to see if the screen changes. If it does then it is that cable.

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YES, you COULD replace it yourself, but there are a LOT of parts that could be affecting this, and ultimately, you could end up 1. destroying your laptop, and 2. spending nearly a thousand dollars just trying to pinpoint, and fix the problem. So I say let them deal with it.

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When I close the lid of my Lenovo T60p laptop there is a snapping or clicking noise when it is about halfway down. Should I be worried about the connection to the screen breaking?


If the snapping sound comes from the lid it can be one of the springs inside the lids gone out of place.

Depending on the model there may be some danger of damaging the LCD ribbon cable, that usually is rolled inside the lid. However, the cost for fixing the lid is more or less the same of the cost for repairing a broken LCD ribbon cable.

If there is no additional problem, I would leave the laptop like it is, and repair it only if the ribbon gets damaged.


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I don't know this particular laptop model but you could be right about the lid switch. A lot of HP laptops have a small push switch that looks like a round plasic peg placed on the keyboard panel near the screen hinge. When the lid is closed, it simply presses on the peg and turns off the screen. These switches can be dodgy sometimes but oftem if you press and release them a few times they will work ok. Don't tell your mum to look for a switch, ask her to look for a small round peg or pin near the hinge when she opens the lid and then tell her to press and release it a few times.....

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I just bought a docking station for my Dell laptop computer. How do I hook it up so I can keep the top closed and use my desk top monitor? I want to be able to turn on the laptop without opening the lid.


Well.. you'd still have to open the lid to turn it on, right? (because you didn't mention the model of your laptop, I don't know where the power button actually *is*)
You want to close it while it's on, without it hibernating or going to sleep...

Go to your control panel, then into power or power management (depending on your Windows version, because you didn't mention it)

Then have a look under the "advanced" tab where it asks "when I close the lid of my computer". Set that to "do nothing".

Now when you close the lid, the laptop screen should turn off, but the PC should keep running. I'm not sure if that will still turn your external monitor off though.

I think that is your best solution, other than hacking off the little button that senses when the lid is closed. =-]

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