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Blade-girl

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Hi I dropped my laptop, which resulted in the screen breaking of. Can the computer be fixed and if it can, will it be to expensive to do it contra buying a new one?

Please help me deside to repair or throw out.... I can't do any of it myself, and have to pay pors to do it, who will desire a paycheck whether they fix it or not.
 
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Repairs will probably be very expensive but you can always get an estimate from the repair shop - which is what I'd do. Then compare with buying a new one.
 
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CouchMaster said:
Repairs will probably be very expensive but you can always get an estimate from the repair shop - which is what I'd do. Then compare with buying a new one.
good thinking, but if it's broken clean off, then i think it'd be cheaper to buy new.

Best to check though. And don't forget to plan for the worst! (i.e. having to buy a new one)

how old is it? and what do you use it for? games?( i mean heavy 3d stuff like quake 4 etc) or just work (text editing etc.)? mabye we could help you look for a new one if it comes to it.
 

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Thanks a lot for the offer "obvious" I mostly use it for school work, but will still like to have a computer that are capable to do other things as well. My laptop is 3½ years old, so almost a veteran ;-) I might contact you if it comes to buying a new one, but I keep m fingers crossed...
 
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