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Half my screen covered with down lines takes up half screen cant use laptop at moment right side of screen its a toshiba satellite p30-110 please help me

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Unfortunately, this is an indication of damage to the LCD screen. The only solution is to replace the LCD screen.

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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6. Close the laptop and turn it over so it is bottom up. Unscrew the display assembly screws located under the laptop screen hinges. Turn the laptop over so it is right side up. Open the laptop and unplug the display assembly cable and disconnect the wireless antenna from the display assembly. Unscrew the display assembly from the laptop base and remove.

7. Unplug the mouse pad cable. Turn the laptop over so the bottom side is up and unscrew the base screws which are located along all four sides of the laptop base. Gently remove the base of the laptop.

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10. Reassemble the laptop by repeating the previous steps in reverse order.


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I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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