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In this video I replace the cracked LCD Screen of an HP Mini 210-2070nr with a new one. Laptops parts are easy to break and the small connectors and plastic pieces can be expensive to replace. If you decide to work on your laptop, please take notes and take your time! If you would like me to check out your laptop we do a free estimate at my shop and have a fast turn around time. Table of Contents Removal of: Battery 0:10 Back Cover 0:15 WiFi Antenna 0:22 Wireless Card WiFi 0:26 Keyboard 0:47 Touchpad Case Cover 2:27 LCD Assembly 3:11 LCD Frame Bezel 3:40 LCD Hinges 4:11 LCD Screen 4:30 LCD Frame Support 5:40 New LCD Installation 6:12
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MacBook Pro Screen Bug
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For the second time I got this bug. I forgot to connect the charger and the computer automatically went into hibernation mode when the battery was empty. After connecting power again and waking the MacBook Pro up, this is the screen I got
Everything a micro should bee
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In the heady days of 1982, a small group of people got together here in Sydney to build and market an all-Australian computer. They used a Zilog Z-80 for a processor, and gave the computer powerful graphics, based on Dave Griffith’s "DG-640" graphics card. Matthew Starr wrote a BASIC for the machine, and Owen Hill sold them, initially as kits and later as pre-assembled computers through his Applied Technology storefront.
The Microbee was far and away the most successful Australian designed and made computer. Many thousand were sold in the 1980′s, and they were in most Australian schools. The advent of the PC clone killed the company off, along with many others, and a great Australian icon was lost.
Here’s one of mine – one of the early ROM based models. It has 32K of battery-backed RAM, BASIC in EPROM, 4K of video memory (2K for 64 x 16 characters, plus 2K of programmable graphics characters), and a Z-80 processor running at all of 3.375 MHz.
But it worked. It ran pretty good versions of space invaders, pacman, and joust (Emu Joust), as well as having a really good BASIC. A whole generation of Australian kids learnt computing on these, including me.
I recently cleaned this one up, including removing much of the yellowing from the case and keys using hydrogen peroxide solution and UV light.
Tuesday, February 19/ Day 336
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She likes the way the battery keeps her little paws warm. She also likes the sounds the computer makes when she tries to send email. That’s my Mimi!
BUY NEW SCREEN for your laptop on www.LaptopScreen.com and continue according this guide: 1. Switch off your laptop and remove battery. 2. Screw bolts off on front part of screen. Bolts are hidden below small rubber squares on bottom side. 3. Put down plastic front cover of screen. Be careful in the corners and joints of screen. These parts could be very fragile. 4. Screw bolts off from front side of racks,up and down. 5. Screw bolts off alongside of racks. 6. Eject old screen from mounts and leave it on keyboard. 7. Carefully peel silver cable off from screen and then very carefully unplug cable from screen. 8. Unpack and check your new screen. Place it on keyboard. 9. Plug cable to the new screen and paste cable to plastic cover of screen. 10. Put screen in to the racks. 11. Screw bolts on the racks, at first alongside of racks and then on front side of screen. 12. Put battery in to the laptop. 13. And inspect new screen through switching on of your laptop. If it works, go to next step, if not go to back on 9th step. 14. Fix plastic front cover to the display and screw last two bolts on. Push small rubber squares back on its position. Thank you Martin Dlugolinsky (www.6thsense.sk for cooperation on this video.
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any questions, send me a message. Battery life is 4-5 hours of moderate use at 80% brightness. USB port can also act as battery charger for other peripherals.
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Replacement by www.laptopscreenonline.com Advent Roma laptop notebook repair for series 3000, 3001, 2000, 2001, 1000, 1001. The screen we have use here is 15.6 inch LED type with one connector. To purchase this screen display monitor go to http
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HP DV9000 blank screen fix! Video problem BGA rework This fix also works on the HP DV2000, DV6000 and DV9000 there are a couple more HP’s with this BGA video issue. Also effected by this issue are a couple Compaq models. The Comaq Presario V3000 V6000 and a couple of the Pavilion models. If you would like us to fix this issue for you please send the laptop to the address below Mixcat Computers 3601 Commerce Blvd Suite B Kissimmee FL. 34741 If you have any questions please call our service hotline 321-332-0710 We never charge bench fees to give you a quote! Remember some motherboards are beyond repair and we will have to replace the motherboard. We will give you a FREE quote and its up to you if you want to repair the laptop. If you dont want us to fix the laptop just pay the return shipping. Thank and I hope you enjoyed the video! -Pete Mixcatcomputers.com Mixcatcom Mixcat.com HP Compaq Laptop notebook BGA video Rework
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This is how to replace a broken damaged screen on Acer Aspire and Extensa 5235, 5738, 5739, 5740, 5741, 5742, 5742Z, 5741G series laptop notebook. This removal process and instruction can successfully be used on the Acer Aspire 5738G, 5739G, 5740G, 5741G, 5742G, 5738Z, 5739Z, 5740Z, 5741Z, 5735Z, 5536, 5551, 5732, 5532 series and others. This replacement method is a standard way of removing and changing a cracked LCD screen from a laptop or netbook. The screen for this series is the 15.6 CCFL HD LCD type.
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www.LaptopScreen.com My Acer Iconia A500 Tablet was stepped on and the LCD screen was broken. I purchased a replacement screen at www.LaptopScreen.com I found a few videos on how to disassemble a Acer A500 but not how to replace the screen. So I thought I’d make my own. I’m no expert so if I can do it you can.
Detailed tutorial on replacing LCD screen of Compaq Presario F700 series and HP Pavilion dv6000 series notebook. Important notes on how I organize screws and small parts.
In this video I replace the cracked LCD Screen of a HP G60-630us Laptop. Laptops parts are easy to break and the small connectors and plastic pieces can be expensive to replace. If you decide to work on your laptop, please take notes and take your time! If you are having problems with your laptop we can help! We have been doing free estimates since 2000. Send me a message or check out www.FastVideoTech.com Table Of Contents: Removal of: Battery 0:07 Wireless Lan WLAN 0:37 Power Button Assembly 0:50 Keyboard 1:08 WLAN WiFi Antennas 1:18 LCD Screen Assembly 2:12 LCD Frame 2:50 LCD Hinges 3:30 Webcam Connector 4:19 LCD Flex Cable 4:26 Inverter Board Removal 4:37 New LCD Screen Installation 4:45