I dropped my dell laptop, now it turns on & shows the xp windows logo. I notice the the booting bar is in activation but it does not stop, ever.
My granddaughter tripped over my power cord on my Compaq laptop now my screen shuts down like after I start it the screen goes black. If I touch the display switch I can not see whats on the screen. If … Continued
How can I replace a broken screen in an HP Pavilion dv8 notebook? This is a brand new notebook but I accidentally dropped it from the desk and broke the screen. HP doesn’t cover this under warranty, so I have … Continued
My screen on my HP Pavilion dv6-1259dx is broken (hit with a pillow, and has funny lines all over it) How do I change the screen on my own. I cannot find any screws for the top where the screen … Continued
I just drop my Dell 1420 laptop and ask for some technicians , there is a display but there is no light, they said my laptop’s problem was LCD LIGHTS. Can i just buy any 14.1 LCD lamp?
I accidentally dropped my HP Pavilion dv9700 notebook and the LCD screen got cracked. Can I replace the screen my self or it’s too complicated? Do you know how to remove the broken screen and where I can find a … Continued
My dog knocked my laptop off the table when it was on now the laptop starts but no image appears on the screen. The light comes on when I press on the power button and the fan starts working, but … Continued
My Dell Inspiron 1420 was dropped, and the LCD is broken. Every thing else is doing ok. Is broken LCD harmful for eyes? From where can I buy a screen with the lowest price, and can I replace it myself? … Continued
My daughter has an Acer Aspire 3100 which fell over a couple of weeks ago. It sounded just like an HDD failure to me so I bought a replacement drive and fitted it. I then tried to restore the system … Continued
I dropped my laptop from a TV tray (about 2ft) onto a hardwood floor and now it won’t reboot. It just turns on then the screen says “PXE-E61: Media Test Failure Check Cable.” It’s still under accident protection at best … Continued