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 »

To replace the LCD screen on your laptop, remove the original LCD panel to get the model number, order a replacement screen and then install it. You should have a thin blade and a screwdriver with numerous small bits, su... 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 troubleshoot a laptop screen that doesn't turn on, first listen closely to the laptop to determine whether it has actually booted. If it has not booted properly, try connecting the power cable if the laptop has been r... More »

Windows 8.1 laptop users who want to take a screenshot of the entire laptop screen and save it to a file should press the PrtScn and Windows logo keys together; the image file can be found in the Pictures folder's Screen... More »

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 »

The screen on a laptop flickers when the connection between the screen and the board is damaged. It also occurs when the refresh rate of the monitor is set incorrectly. There are occasions when drivers must be updated as... More »