FAQ & Section Info
If you cracked or broke your laptop screen you can buy a replacement lcd or a screen inverter depending on what the problem is. Most of the time if your screen is in tact and you see feint images or 'ghosting' the problem lies with the inverter. If you see physical / crack / impact damage it's usually the LCD screen.
In most cases where a laptop screen is damaged due to a drop, bump, sitting on the laptop, etc. the replacement is a fairly straightforward. The difficulty comes in having the tools & expertise to be able to tear down your notebook and build it back up. But if that's something you're comfortable with you shouldn't have a problem.
Before replacing your laptop's screen, check to see if the damage is covered by the manufacturer's warranty. If it is covered by the warranty, get it repaired. You may void the warranty if you fix it yourself so be sure that you know what you are doing.
Yes, you can. It is not a very simple process but there are a lot of resources and DYI articles on the web that may help you.
Having a multi-bit screwdriver kit will be essential for this process. A magnetic screw holder or a plastic cup will also come in handy for keeping the screws from your laptop. A plastic spudger or a thin metal blades will be needed in removing the screen.
First of all, find out your laptop's screen size. You should get one that corresponds to your screen size.
Yes, the smaller 10 inch screens are compatible with tablets.