Not every repair requires a trip to the store to solve the issue. If your laptop has a cracked or malfunctioning screen, you may be able to fix it yourself! Follow this step-by-step guide for a Dell laptop screen repair that you can do yourself.
11 Steps to a Dell Laptop Screen Repair
Disconnect your laptop from any charging cables, power it off, and remove the battery.
Using a small plastic spatula or guitar pick, begin to separate the surrounding plastic cover ...
Samsung Chromebook 2 Screen Replacement
Step 1 Battery
Make sure your Chromebook is turned off before you begin.
Set the laptop face down on a flat surface.
Remove the nine 5 mm screws on the bottom cover using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.
Loosen the back cover panel with a plastic opening tool, and work it all the way around the computer.
Once the cover is loose, remove the back cover panel using your hands.
Unscrew the four 4 mm screws holding the ...
If you know anything about Apple, you know that they are not a cheap brand. Their iPhone X is the most expensive phone out there (at least among the mass consumed phones – luxury phones don't count) and their Macbook and iMac computers have always been among the higher-priced items when compared to their PC counterparts.
However, it’s been reported that Apple will be coming out with a cheaper option for laptop users, presumably in a move to reach a broader audience, especially college students. ...
Dell XPS 15-9550 LCD Display Assembly
Tools needed for this repair: 1/8 inch Flat Head & Phillips Screwdriver Repair Difficulty: Intermediate (Medium)
1: You have to remove the screws from the bottom base and under the badge door.
2- Remove bottom base with fingers.
3- Unplug battery cable.
4- Unscrew and remove the wireless bracket.
5- Unplug antenna cables and remove wireless card.
6- Unscrew and remove the bracket.
7- Unplug and loosen LCD cable, pull up very slow.
8- Unscrew Left & Right hinges then remove touchscreen assembly.
And that's it ...
1. Slow Computer - Uninstall unused programs
Slow Computer - When you buy a new PC the chances are there are a load of programs pre-installed onto it. Old PCs can simply accumulate these over time. Most of these you'll never use and some of them can often run in the background without you knowing, slowing your computer down in the process.
To remove these click "Start" then go to "Control Panel" then click "Programs and Features" and scroll through the list, uninstalling ...