If your laptop screen is physically broken or cracked, the only option is to replace it. To do this, you'll need to close the laptop and reopen it. You can also try to peel off any stuck pixels. Additionally, check the screen and backlight connections.
Before attempting to repair a laptop, I suggest watching my previous video on what you should know before trying to repair a smartphone or tablet. Even though it's not specifically about laptops, the information is still relevant and will help you decide if you should repair the machine yourself or take it to a workshop. Keep in mind that if you follow the instructions in this video, you do so at your own risk. Neither CNET nor any of its representatives are responsible for injuries, damages, or loss of data.If the screen has a very fine crack on the edge, you can continue to use your laptop as usual.
However, it's best to avoid moving it, closing it or traveling with it, as any pressure on the screen can cause the crack to get bigger. To make sure that it's really the screen that's broken and not something deeper, connect your laptop to an external monitor.Repairing a basic laptop screen is easier than you think. To begin the repair, you'll need a few simple tools and a replacement LCD screen. If there is no visible damage but the screen behaves strangely, try connecting an external monitor to your laptop.
If you have a specialized laptop such as an Ultrabook, a two-in-one or a MacBook, it's best to consult an expert.After disconnecting the power supply and removing the battery, carefully examine the frame surrounding the screen. Then remove the bezel from the screen. Once you have all of the necessary tools and parts, you can start repairing your laptop screen. First, remove any screws that are holding the LCD panel in place.
Then carefully remove the LCD panel from its frame and disconnect any cables that are connected to it. Next, take out the new LCD panel and connect any cables that were disconnected from the old panel. Then carefully place the new panel into its frame and secure it with screws. Finally, reassemble your laptop and turn it on to make sure that everything is working properly.Repairing a laptop screen is not as difficult as it may seem.
With some basic tools and knowledge of how laptops work, you can easily replace a broken or cracked screen yourself. Just remember to take all necessary precautions when handling delicate parts and always consult an expert if you're unsure about anything.