Are you wondering if it's possible to repair a broken laptop screen? The answer is yes, but it depends on the severity of the damage. If the laptop is sent to another screen correctly, use it for a while to ensure that the keyboard and other components of the laptop appear to work normally. Connecting your laptop to an external TV or monitor can help you confirm if the main problem is a broken screen or something deeper. Before you do anything, check and inspect your laptop to make sure that the screen really needs to be replaced.
If, after following the first steps, the process looks different for your laptop, I recommend that you search Google and YouTube or that you seek out a repair professional for more help on the exact make and model of your laptop. If you decide to repair the screen yourself, you'll need to buy an LCD screen that is compatible with your laptop. Most sellers will let you know to compare the specifications and location of the video cable on the back of the screen with the current screen. However, in my own experience, if the seller says that the screen is compatible with the exact model of their laptop, it normally works.
We'll help you decide if fixing your laptop screen on your own is the right decision, we'll help you get the right tools, and we'll explain the basics of replacing the screen on your PC, laptop or MacBook. If you don't get any images, keep in mind that some laptops require you to press certain function keys on the laptop to activate external screen output.