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Laptop screen broke

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Lapdancer, Jan 17, 2006.

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  1. Lapdancer

    Lapdancer Thread Starter

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    can a screen be repaired and anyone any idea how much it costs,my brother closed mine tonight and broke my screen.
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    Cannot be repaired but can be replaced.

    Depending on the age, make and model of the laptop it may cost more than it's worth, but unless we know the age make and model, cannot say?
     
  3. Lapdancer

    Lapdancer Thread Starter

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    Its a packard bell easy note f series had it 12 months paid £750 for it i was just thinking if it costs to much to replace the screen i'd just have to scrap it.
     
  4. Deathblow

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    Before ya scrap it, remember that you should be able to hook up an external monitor to it, granted, this would not make it very portable, but it also isn't worthless just because the screen is shot.
     
  5. Lapdancer

    Lapdancer Thread Starter

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    thanx i didn't know that ,I'd like to get it replaced and working again but if its going cost a few hundred its not worth it,I'll have to try find out how much it will be.
     
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