Sometimes it is obvious that your laptop LCD screen is broken. In such scenarios, you may have seen an object/fist make violent contact with your laptop's LCD screen and now it no longer works. In these situations, you usually see a spiderweb effect across the LCD screen, with parts of the laptop screen still lighting up and distorted and/or black areas surrounding the cracks.
In other situations, you may not know what happened, but the LCD isn't lighting up anymore, or has lines across it.
In these scenarios, you should double-check it is not a video card issue by connecting your laptop to an external monitor and seeing if it is outputting anything. If you are not sure what is going on, we can check it for you fairly easily. If the LCD is broken, it is not nearly as expensive to fix as it used to be. Most laptop screens will cost around $125 and installation will cost around $60. Netbook screens tend to be around $80. We may also have used LCD screens in stock, which can make things cheaper. If the unit is not worth spending the money on, don't throw it out, we can help you recoup some money out of it, by consigning parts for resale for you. Also, we can usually get your data back for you, either by pulling the hard drive and putting it in an enclosure (making it an external USB hard drive) or by backing up to some other media for you.
|Last Updated on Friday, 21 December 2012 04:28|