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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It is possible to replace a laptop's display screen, but it is dangerous to attempt if you aren't familiar with the electronics inside the laptop. A laptop LCD screen is backlit by a powerful inverter that converts DC vo... More »

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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 »

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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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 »

The inability to connect to the Internet may be attributed to loose cables, conflicting IP addresses, firewall problems or being outside of a signal range. The router itself may be broken as well. 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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