My girlfriend just brought her laptop to me and said can you fix this? Looks like she dropped it pretty hard on a corner and the screen is shot, the housing and hinges look good, can anyone offer any adive before i start messing with this laptop. Ive build a dozen or so desktops but have never really messed with laptops. Any advice or help would be greatly aprreciated.
I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system
It's worked out well for many of us in the past.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)
Easy to do
Its not a complicated item to change.. You will need a T-9 Torx driver.. Pull the rubber pads off the Bezel.. (all 5 4 small corner and the one long center top) Then the rest is downhill.. If you need a screen I have one here..
Hi there. My baby threw a mug on my HP Laptop screen and it has gone blank since then. Probably broken. I want to ask how or where I can go fix it or replace it in Leeds, United Kingdom or let me know if I can order a replacement online . Thanks.
Help us help you. What model laptop is it? We can certainly find the screen online likely for much less than you fear it will be and youtube has very good instructional videos for replacing just about any laptop screen. On most models it is not too hard to do, with some exceptions. http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c00033108Read other 2 answers
I need some help. Currently I have this laptop.
Acer 4400 Travelmate
The only difference is that mine has 1.5 ram. Now I am wanting to replace this laptop for a better one. Basically, I game on my laptop. I play some real time war games and online role playing game called dark age of camelot. I'm really interested in something faster and really interested with something with a dual core. Will a dual core benefit a person that is mainly going to game with the laptop? Any recommendations? I'm looking at a $400 - $700 range if possible.
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My laptop is an Aspire V3-572-326T model, and it currently has a broken LCD Screen and looks like ink is spilled inside it. I was wondering if I can just replace my V3 LCD Screen with any other Aspire V3 LCD Screen with the same resolution of course. But the problem is that it was a touch screen laptop, so would I have to get a touch LCD as well? Or is it ok for me to just get a normal LCD Screen and replace it? The touch thing is working fine by the way. Also, after the LCD screen broke, my laptop has been having issues booting to windows normally. It goes to the blue screen and gives me the UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME error and goes to a full black screen but I can see the mouse. I can't get into windows at all and it won't let me use the recovery system or repair. Did the bad LCD Screen cause this or is this just another issue?Read other answers
My laptop is an Aspire V3-572-326T model, and it currently has a broken LCD Screen and looks like ink is spilled inside it. I was wondering if I can just replace my V3 LCD Screen with any other Aspire V3 LCD Screen with the same resolution of course. But the problem is that it was a touch screen laptop, so would I have to get a touch LCD as well? Or is it ok for me to just get a normal LCD Screen and replace it? The touch thing is working fine by the way. Also, after the LCD screen broke, my laptop has been having issues booting to windows normally. It goes to the blue screen and gives me the UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME error and goes to a full black screen but I can see the mouse. I can't get into windows at all and it won't let me use the recovery system or repair. Did the bad LCD Screen cause this or is this just another issue?
You couldn't use just any Acer screen.Here are a few for your laptop,http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odkw=v3-572+touchscreen&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1... When you get your screen out, post a pic of the tags on the back.Read other 1 answers
This evening I bumped my computer screen as I rested it down (not too hard, but it slightly slipped from my grip).
The laptop appears to be functioning okay other than an issue with the screen. About 3 quarters of the screen is not working, it is just white background, with colourful streaks, and a large diagonal black line.
Is this likely to be simply a broken screen, that could be solved by replacing the screen itself? I am waiting to order a new screen but I don't want to spend the money if the problem is likely to be something else..
Also I've been told it's relatively easy to replace the screen yourself. I've done minor repairs on laptops/pc's in the past (new keyboard/track pad). I don't have warranty/insurance and can't afford a pro. Is it something I should be able to do myself?
how hard (or easy) would it be to replace a damaged Ethernet port on a Compaq laptop? is it screwed or soldered to the motherboard? where can i get a replacement? does it connect to the motherboard in a proprietary way? thanks
It would probably be simpler to abandon the port and get a pcmcia ethernet adapter or equivalent. If you were running 100 megabit you can even consider it an upgrade and go with gigabit ethernet that way.
A careless family member has succeeded in cracking the screen of a fairly new Toshiba z830. It's broken quite badly, so I doubt it will be reparable.
I was wondering if anyone could offer any advice on the best way to go about getting a replacement, bonus points for any information in the Melbourne area.
There is only one reasonable advice: contact Toshiba service in Melbourne and let them replace the display. I know it will be pretty expensive but, believe me, it should be done by authorized service.
I was having problem with my battery not charging so I went to Compaq web site for help. I was told to update the rompaq I guess thats the Firmware for the bios. After installing the update the computer rebooted, but it did not start. Now the computer has power but nothing happens when you hit the power button. Any thoughts
I recently broke the touch screen on my laptop and am wondering what the cost is to replace it is worth the trouble or rather just buying a new laptop. Also, what is the difference in sending it in vs. using a local repair shop. Appreciate your thoughts
Please list Dell model number and version of windows. Example: Dell Inspiron 3543, windows 10
In the meantime, I'd suggest you click on link below and ask for a quote.
Fix your PC or Tablet | Dell
Okay so I'm not technologically savvy but I'm guessing to make most of the games that I download to actually run, I need a better graphics card?
Whenever I play games with decent to good graphics, my system just won't function right. They lag until my computer freezes and stuff. So I just wanna know what I can do to actually play games.
Model: HP Pavilion dv6700 Notebook PC
Processor: Intel (R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T5450 @ 1.66GHz 1.67GHz
Memory RAM: 2.00 GB
System Type: 32-bit operating system
Windows Vista Home Premium
I'm not sure what other info I would need to show you guys
I'm willing to spend around 150 or less dollars on stuff I would need to make this computer run better for games
oh my power supply:
Its a replacement AC adapter
Input: AC100-240V 1.2A 50/60Hz
Output: 18.5V 3.5A
Thanks in advance
Up the system memory to 4GB and upgrade Vista 32-bit to Windows 7 64-bit
When I insert a PC Card in my Compaq Presario 1200-series laptop computer, I receive a message that indicates MTD-0002 hardware is detected. Also, an unknown device named "PCMCIA MTD-0002" appears in my Device Manager.
This is my problem, exactly from the Q274509 in the Microsoft Knowledge base. When i attempt to do what it suggests to fix, (To resolve this issue, disable the Sound Blaster setting in the Phoenix BIOS, but do not disable Onboard PCI Audio in the Phoenix BIOS. ), I find that neither the Sound Blaster Setting nor the Onboard PCI Audio setting exist in my BIOS.
What am I to do? I cannot connect to the internet with my laptop anymore because my modem doesn't work with the laptop!!! Please help me either find this setting (if i just didnt look hard enough) or find a way around this. Either and/or Both would be much appreciated.
is the link to the microsoft knowledge base site that explains this problem.
I have an old Compaq Armada 3500 laptop that I bought years ago to help me through college. After that it kinda gathered dust a little until recently when I wanted to dig it back out and just use it to play a few games on and whathaveyou. It booted up fine when I first did it but it soon transpired that it was absolutely chocablock with viruses and spyware and it was running terribly.
So, on what now looks to have been a foolish move, I did a C: drive format in the hope of popping in a Win98SE installation disc and have it boot from that to re-install Windows.
However, now it won't boot up past the COMPAQ initial screen and a "602: Diskette Read Driver Error" or something keeps flashing up.
Is there any way to get into the BIOS settings to set the CD Drive as the first in the boot-up line-up, or are there recovery discs I can download that'll at least get me into DOS?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Well you should be able to access the CMOS Bios by using either the delete, F1 or F2 keys (sometimes f10). Then under the Bios you should see the Boot Sequence and be able to change it from there. But either way, you should be able to get past the Compaq splash screen. Try setting your boot sequence and see if that helps.
Is this at all possible? Pretty new at the whole DIY breaking computers open to fix them stuff but i'm learning quick haha.
Here is the toshiba and the screen:
Toshiba Satellite C55Dt-A5231 Laptop
Laptop LCD Screen for Toshiba Satellite C55DT A5231 15 6" WXGA HD | eBay
Here is the replacement screen for the Sony laptop(actually an LG screen):
What would I need to know in order to understand if this would work or not?
Also, here is the laptop w me holding up the screens:
It's not the size of the display screen, these are all fairly identical. It is the connector socket and the rail screw positions that will bite you.
I suggest finding an exact replacement. If you can't find one on eBay then you certainly will at a store like this one:
LAPTOP SCREEN from $34.99, replacement LCD screens. Repair Tablet, Acer, Apple, iPhone, iPad, Samsung, Dell, HP Compaq, Toshiba, IBM Lenovo, Sony, Asus, Gateway.
I i have a Fujitsu lifebook a series AH502 , I was wondering if I could put a i3 or amd8 processor or something similar I want to make this laptop faster and better performance I don't want to spend money on a new laptop so I want to update some of the parts ram/processor etc if a Pentium processor is the best this motherboard can handle can I upgrade the motherboard if so have you any suggestions ? Thanks.
Laptops are very different that desktops. Most are not made to be upgraded other than adding more ram or a larger hard drive, or a SSD. if you are running a 32 bit version of windows the max ram you can use is actually a little less than 4GB If running a 64 bit version of windows you can go to the maximum the laptop allows. After reading the reviews on your lifebook it was not designed as performance laptop. It was design as a budget system.
I have an Acer Aspire AS3810TZ-4806 and have owned it for a good 4-5 years. I've had some LCD issues for a couple years now where the light flickers, have big black spots and FINALLY the screen gave out. it's almost completly dark now. You can faintly see images. After some research on replacement, a compatible Acer LCD on Ebay would run roughly $60. I've concluded that It's either the bulb inside (CCFL??) or the inverter that may have an issue, but I have no way of testing which is broken since I have no spare LCD screen to test or a little tester device.
What I've discovered was my lcd screen's model # was : B133XW01 V2 . After googling this model # and a search on Ebay, I've discovered a Dell Latitude 13 or a couple other Dell brands share this same model, the difference is it says " V1." Im assuming version 1 or something, and the one I have is V2. The connectors look the same. I feel like it might work. What do you think? Below are a couple Ebay links im looking at, Does that "H/W" code matter?
Thanks in advance!
So today my brother destroyed my dad's laptop's screen and I was blamed for his ridiculous anger problems
The laptop is a Dell Inspiron 14z Ultrabook.
I was wondering if anyone could recommend someplace or website to get a new screen because it has a crack in it and nothing will show up on it I would like to know if there are any risks or dangers of replacing it.
I know the laptop itself works just fine because I plugged it up to a different monitor and I was able to use it like normal.
If you need more information I am just fine with telling.
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hi everyone im new to this site i have a big problem my fujitsu laptop screen doesnt come on eerything else does just that ive also tried puting in my monitor to vga outlet but nothing can anyone suggest anything please thanks
Hi. I assume that you are pressing the key sequence to switch to external monitor (usually ctrl+ "key with pic of monitor")
If you can see that everything else works and that there is the usual disk activity at boot up and you cant get an external monitor to work on it. then you need to take it to a specialist for diagnosis or return it to the shop or manufacturer if it is still under warranty.
seems like your graphics adapter has failed and as it is part of the laptops mainboard means you cant just remove it and test it, so you should have specialist diagnose it for you>
A disclaimer before I proceed. Im not the best with computers or computer terms.
I have a Samsung laptop (not sure of the model), and the screen broke months ago. Since then I've been using an external monitor without any issues until today. When I start up my laptop I can never see anything displayed on the external monitor until the log in screen. The monitor will always go into hibernation mode until the log in screen.
However, today it's taking longer to start up and I cant see what's going on. At first I thought windows was performing a disk scan but i waited over an hour! So that must not be the issue. I want to find a way to display what is happening on the external monitor if possible. I have been endlessly searching all day online for help. I would really appreciate any help/advice.
I am a kid so don't tell me to buy stuff or take it apart i just want to fool the laptop for enough time for me to reboot it. also i had it for 6 years don't tell me to buy a new laptop either. Also flashes black then normal. first time had that problem. fan error had that problem for a while never rebooted after i manged to turn it on. Using my friend laptop right now
If you don't want anyone to tell you how to fix the problem, then what are you doing posting here?
This time I'm on a friend's Pavilon G series laptop.
Lately, whenever we put it to sleep mode and want to wake it up, it usually goes into a blue screen.
This time however, I was just playing world of tanks with my stunning 7 fps [I hate laptops. SO.MUCH.], when it decided to blue screen on me.
I have absolutely no idea what's causing it and why the sleep mode shenanigans started ,but you good gentlemen might.
I've attached the blue-screen minidump from 15 minutes ago so you smarter ones had something to go on.
Basic information : Windows 7 [Windows 7 basic mode, not aero].
4 GB of RAM
Phenom II N660 Dual-core processor, 3.00 Ghz
Download 012212-22885-01.dmp from Sendspace.com - send big files the easy way <=== The minidump file, around 343 KB.
More detail :
Since that copypasted post from that another board where people didn't lift a finger to help me, it happened twice. I just accepted a gmail voice chat from my dad and looked away for a second, then when I looked back, blue screen.
Just now, I was on the loading screen for C&C Generals, a 2OO3 game. I don't think a nearly ten year old game would tax a dual core cpu bad enough that it had to blue screen to get out of working...or gmail chat, even.
It happens once a day on average and I have absolutely no idea what the friggen hell is causing it. I suspect the laptop has an internal component that's on its' way out, but hey I'm not the expert here. I have some more minidump files... Read more
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I suggest starting all troubleshooting with the following diagnostic tests (located at this link: Hardware Diagnostics ). They'll save you a lot of time and heartache if there is a hardware failure, and you'll have the disks on hand in case you need them in the future:
Please start by running these bootable hardware diagnostics:
Memory Diagnostics (read the details at the link)
Hard Drive Diagnostics (read the details at the link) - Test ALL of the hard drives.
Also, please run one of these free, independent online malware scans to ensure that your current protection hasn't been compromised: Free Online AntiMalware Resources (read the details at the link)
There are also free, bootable antivirus disks at this link: Free Online AntiMalware Resources - Bootable Disks
The BSOD is a STOP 0x124.
This is most likely a hardware error - which includes:
- compatibility issues
- low-level driver problems
Daemon Tools (and Alcohol % software) are known to cause BSOD's on Win7 systems due to the sptd.sys driver.
Please uninstall the program, then use the following free tool to ensure that the troublesome sptd.sys driver is removed from your system (pick the 32 or 64 bit system depending on your system's... Read more
hey all - prob a very easy answer but im trying to find a replacement screen part/model number for HP Pavilion 15 Notebook PC - p264na - L0E38EA#ABU tried a quick SIW and some moniterinfo - didnt gimme what i was looking for serail/part# wise. and i saw u help a few others with this both frm hp parts and offsite links - can you do the same for this model please ?? the most likely ive found is this - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HP-Pavilion-15-P264NA-LCD-Screen-Replacement-for-Laptop-New-LED-HD-Glossy-... is it a likely match ??? - sorry i cant remove bezel as i dont want to damage plastic or void warranty many thanksRead other answers
I am getting blue screen error while starting my laptop. After trying starting laptop 2 3 times it works normally. Below is the error code I am getting after laptop get starts-
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.2
Locale ID: 16393
Additional information about the problem:
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Files that help describe the problem:
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My Laptop,s (HP dv4-t 1600) running on Windows 7 64bit screen is broken. Doesn't display anything. I connected secondary display/screen, but it doesnt display anything. Doesn't auto detect. What do I do? Please suggest.
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I used a Samsung NP300E5A-A02UB laptop for over a year through an external monitor, ever since the screen broke on it. Never had any problems with it besides that. Until one day I, not thinking about it, shut down my PC through holding down the power button, because it was being too slow, couldn't even shut it down normally. But little did I know, doing that would make sure I can't use it again, as far as I can tell. Because I shut it down using the power button, I'm assuming the screen came up, the one either to repair or tell me the pc shut down incorrectly, or bios, or whatever it is. But since my external monitor doesn't turn on until after my pc is signing in, it won't turn on. Normally it would just kick on automatically when signing in. So I'm completely blind to what I'm doing and can't get my monitor on. Literally all I need is a sneak peak at it to get it to turn on all the way, but I don't know how. I've tried a few things already, that I've found online, but never though to ask about it til now.
I've tried doing the little closing and then quickly opening up the laptop screen to fool the pc into turning it on.
I've tried manually unplugging my screen, in hopes it would use my external as a primary instead.
I've pressed the appropriate F key, or combination keys to turn it on.
Possibly other things, but I forget, it's been a little while.
All of these with no luck.
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Hi, I have a gateway solo 2500 laptop (12.1'' tft screen)
The thing stopped working 3 yrs ago. Power on, cd spins, hd spins, fan spins.. nothing after that. Wasn't about to pay gateway $400 to fix it. Recently figured it out.. I just needed to reseat the processor. Problem is that in the last 3 years somewhere the screen got cracked so bad that I can only see a small fraction of it, though external monitor is fine.
So I purchased another Gateway Solo 2500 with a 12.1'' tft screen and I want to swap the screens (the other one I bought is a 266mhz MMX processor whereas mine is a celeron 400) so how do I do that.
Has anyone done this? Are there any things I should watch out for, is it super simple or is this something to leave to the pros?
I'm great with desktops, not so experienced with laptops.
Are the cases identical ? If they are, then you need to start taking the unit apart until you get down to removing the Lid's hinges. There should be a cable that goes from the MOBO to the display. Unplug it and swap lids.
This is based on my experience disassembling my HP laptop to fix the connection cable, which was being pinched by the hinge.
Of course the other possibility is to swap the newer MOBO and drives into the other case's base unit.
Hi, recently I got a problem with my laptop Screen which needs to be replaced. Please help me out in finding part and model number. Thanks.
KishoreKandula Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!I read your post about needing to replace the screen on your and wanted to help. The screen is part of something known as the Display Assembly.Information on that starts on page 103 of your Maintenance and Service Guide: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02842252 If you can find your specific model number, you can use this tool to get a list of parts: HP PartSurfer You can order HP parts from here: The HP Parts Store | HP Computer Parts | HP Printer PartsGood Luck========================================================================I am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor do I represent, HP.---------------------------------------------------------------Please click "Accept As Solution" on the post that solves your issue to help others find the solution.Please click the Thumbs-Up symbol on the left of the Reply button to say thanks fopr my help.========================================================================Read other 1 answers
My laptop screen has been blinking, like there's a loose wire. Tilting the screen/lid, or holding it firmly usually makes it stop for a few minutes. Can anyone help? If it's a loose wire where can I go to get it fixed, and how much would this cost?
Hi Guys, hoping one of you can help with this.
My girlfriends had a laptop for a couple of years and the screen backed up a while back which then lead to a seperate monitor but now it's given up completely.
I'm trying to figure out a way i can access her laptop through my PC but taking into account i can't view/action anything from the laptop.
My girlfriends had a laptop for a couple of years ...Click to expand...
You have two or more girlfriends and they shared a laptop and the only thing broken is the screen? Amazing!
If it was setup to allow Window's Remote Desktop or some similar third party remote access, you can use that. Otherwise, I think repairs or another laptop are called for.
I have a Acer Aspire. The screen has been cracked and I'm running it in safe mode through an old computer monitor. I have been told by someone that I can disable the laptops screen and boot up normal after that. Any help on this?
hi they may mean the fn key=F6and F5
Hi, I just made one of the clumiest mistake in my life. I recently dropped my 4 year old Dell Inspiron 15r onto the floor and now the screen is cracked, inside I think. I can turn it on but, I can't make out anything. What do I do? Is it cheaper to get a new laptop or get it fixed? If so any cheap, reliable places i could get it fixed? I'm not a really diy or tech savvy kind of person...please help.
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I have a nice laptop with a broken LCD screen. I would like to continue using it as a desktop connected to a regular monitor, but I cannot figure out how to configure it to use the monitor as the primary display because it boots to the now missing LCD. I could configure it were the LCD working, but it isn't. Can anyone suggest a workaround? It is running Windows XP SP3 and I can see the "Windows XP" boot screen for a few moments at startup
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Most laptops have a set of keys to press to enable the external monitor output. Usually it's FN at the bottom of the keyboard and one of the top F# keys - look at the pics on the keys for the right key or check the manual.
An animal in my household must have stepped on the screem to my laptop, cause now it is visibly damaged. Im looking into getting a new screen for my Dell. Any advice where?
Seems your having a run of bad luck arent you, first your cable box is dead and now an animal has smashed your laptop screen, seems that 2009 isnt going to be a good year for you...
Ebay is a good place to get screens however and they arent usually to hard to fit.
Take my advice and get rid of the animal, they are cheaper to replace than a laptop screen
I have an old Dell Inspirion laptop with a broken screen. I have irreplaceable files on it that I want to save. When I hook it to a monitor the monitor doesn't detect it and goes into sleep mode. It's too old to connect it to my tv via hdmi cord, and I don't have an s-video cord. Is there an app that I can use with my android tablet as a proxy via usb cord? If not, is there anything else I can do?
sounds like the video card is broken, as the monitor does not work
You wil l need someone to take the harddrive out and use it in a USB Caddy or connect to another PC to get the data off
i have been given an old AST win 98 laptop, the thing is the screen is very dodgy, sometimes you can see what is happening, sometimes you can only see the top part, it is just very fuzzy and malfunctioning.
is there any way to replace the screen, and how much would it cost???
thanks in advance...
This site claims to specialize in AST monitors, and they do sell them. SO if you van find your laptop madel you can replace the screen.
Okay so i went to pick up my laptop and i grabbed it by the screen and my screen messed up. It looks like i have a air bubble under the screen. while my laptop is on about 90% of my sreen has a white spot with color lines running threw it.When it is shut off the mark looks like a deep black spot. The laptop is a compaq presario v5000. please if you know any way i might be able to fix it let me. thank you.
Ok Im not sure where to start really but if anyone could help me i would be very greatful
i dropped my laptop ( ACER Aspire 5633WLMi, Aspire 5630 ) and now the screen is broken, half of it has gone black and cracked and im not sure how to fix this.
any advice / tips etc anyone?
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Hello, I've had my laptop for about 3 months now and a crack has appeared on the top left corner of my screen. I didn't drop it and kept it in good condition to find one day with a big crack. The screen has even gone completely whiteand i have to restart just to use. This is my go to for homework so I'm very concerned. Reading this thread seems to indicate a harware error. Can someone help me please I love the computer but this is a problem. I really care about this computer and i csnt use it with the screen like this. Is there any way i can replace the screen. Help me.
Well it is probably the single most common laptop screen being made. It is a 1366 x 768 15.6 inch LED Brightview panel HP Part number 689690-001 Video instructions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKeisMQHmZo You just need a small Phillips screwdriver, and a flat spatula type device to pry off plastic covers without marring. Here is the screen on U.S. eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/689690-001-NEW-HP-2000-2d19WM-LED-WXGA-HD-Glossy-Laptop-15-6-LCD-Screen-/360853608454?pt=US_Laptop_Screens_LCD_Panels&hash=item54048d1806 http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-COMPAQ-689690-001-REPLACEMENT-LAPTOP-15-6-LCD-LED-Display-Screen-/131156654108?pt=US_Laptop_Screens_LCD_Panels&hash=item1e898bb81c $55.49 shipped on the low end. if this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it.Read other 6 answers
We had finally gotten a computer (laptop) last week (which husband had to fix first ) to be able to do some work for someone. Just got it up & running 2days ago and while at a friend's, someone stood it up next to a chair, and it fell over & actually broke the screen (looks kinda like you swiped the screen with a few different colored paintbrushes)! Due to a wildfire in August, we are very short on money so we will probably have to try to find a screen on craigslist or something. My question is Is there ANY other models that are apt to have the same screen or that can be easily used? If so, which ones are apt to be compatible or, if you don't know, how can I find out???
Thank you very much for any/all help!
P. S. Hopefully this was the best subforum to put this in. If not, either let me know or feel free to move it for me. Thanks
A Google search for 2000-239dx LCD will turn up a number of pages of companies selling the screens and also people selling them on e-Bay. You could choose to buy from one of those sources. Some of the found pages may list other HP models that use the same screen.
I have problem with ?S? button on my keyboard was not working properly after pressing (didn?t bounce back) so I try to fix it. LOL I clean it but I am not able to put it back in the plastic rack under the black button is broke and I am not able to put button back in. Do you know how I can fix it and where to buy missing part in UK?
I have contacted with Toshiba and I can send my laptop for warranty repair but that will takes like 2 weeks?. And it is just bloody one key from keyboard?.
It's pretty easy to do, get something thin like a credit card and run it along the bottom and sides of the keyboard and there are several bracket things that will pop the keyboard up when you pressure them. There will be a couple of cables to clip out behind it so lift it up gently.
You should be able to find a video on youtube anyway!
Try this site for the keyboard http://www.replacementlaptopkeys.com/toshiba_qosmio_laptop_key.html
It shouldn't be too hard to track a replacement down.
Hi, I have question about replacing motherboard.. I have motherboard from HP Pavilion 15-N072SG fully working. My friend have Pavilion 15-N207SA which is not working /when he insert the charger, the charger port light illuminates but when he press the power button it does not switch on/ So my question is can I replace motherboard in Pavilion 15-N207SA with a motherboard from Pavilion 15-N072SG? ThanksRead other answers
Hi All, I have a Compaq Armada 4210T laptop that i can't get the display more than 9 1/2 inches. Is there a way to get the full 12.1 inch display, or is 9 1/2 as large as it gets. Thanks for any help.
Found the problem, wrong resolution.