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To replace a laptop screen, remove the bezel from around the current screen, then remove the screen by disconnecting all cables. Connect the new screen. Test the new screen to make sure that it works before replacing the... More »

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One laptop from Sager comes with a 20-inch screen, making it one of the largest on the market as of 2014. Most laptops available in the market in 2014 have 13- to 16-inch screens. Some of the largest laptop screens avail... More »

To replace the screen on a laptop, unplug the power source and remove the battery. Remove the screws that hold the bezel to the case, and pry up the bezel. Remove the screws that hold the LCD frame to the case, and lift ... More »

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A laptop screen may go black for various possible reasons: there is a problem with the computer's operating system, the screen brightness is set to a low setting or there is a problem with the display. The external displ... More »

In the case of an HP laptop screen going dark, various troubleshooting options can fix the problem, such as a hard reset, unplugging the laptop wires and then doing a hard reset or checking memory modules. Through one of... More »

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Common reasons for a computer not booting include a power issue, memory module seating problems, loose cables and a problem with the operating system. Boot issues can be caused by both hardware and software issues, or a ... More »

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According to Microsoft, users experiencing speaker problems should first check to ensure that speaker cables are connected. Speakers sometimes have volume control knobs and power buttons as well, so an obvious step is to... More »

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