Are you worried that your laptop screen is damaged? It can be difficult to tell if the issue is physical damage, a software issue, or something else. In this article, we'll discuss how to diagnose and repair a faulty laptop screen. If you're seeing error messages, it could be a sign of a bigger problem. Commonly referred to as the “blue screen of death”, these messages can indicate an issue with the operating system, hard drive, or other computer components.
Customers often open and close their laptops from a corner, but this can cause stress or bend the screen enough to break the glass. If you've done this, it could be the cause of your laptop's screen damage. If other devices are working properly, use your laptop's “identify and repair network problems” feature by asking Cortana or searching for it in the home bar of your laptop. Not all of these issues will require a professional to complete laptop repairs, as some solutions can be done at home.
If you want to try to replace the screen, search the Internet using the screen model and wait for someone to have this screen available for sale. This repair is one of the easiest for most laptops and only costs the same as a replacement battery, although some laptop models may not allow you to open the battery compartment and require you to send the laptop to the manufacturer for repair. Before attempting any repairs, back up your laptop's data and programs as soon as possible. If you're unsure what's causing the issue, take your laptop to a professional for inspection and repair before you lose what's stored on your device.