10-22-2008 01:16 PM
I don't know why but all of a sudden, after not having to use my laptop for couple of weeks, I started up my comp and I noticed that the screen on the upper right hand side is "cracked" on the inside.. I can't really explain it well so I will post pics for you to see what I mean..
Oh.. I guess I can't upload pics on this forum..
Here's the links to the 2 pics I took of my laptop.
What do I do? Is there any way I can fix it? Do I have to send my laptop in to get it fixed? Did anyone else have this problem?
As you can tell.. I'm a little frustrated..
Anyways thanks for your time.
10-22-2008 01:57 PM
That is a sign of the liquid crystal leaking from the glass panels and into the layer between the glass and the polarizer sheet. That looks like a fault that one encounters with defective LCD, it is not usually associated with accidents and blunt force application, which usually cause a crack across screen.
Call for a service and take a better picture of the screen problem, just in case the depot wants to charge you money for the repair, you would have to escalate the case.
10-22-2008 07:47 PM
Thanks, atleast now I know what the problem is..
I think I'm still under warranty, I'll make sure to call for service tomorrow.
But I'm wondering how long it takes to get it fixed?
I need my computer for school so I need it back ASAP..
If it takes too long.. I might as well take it to some computer shop...
Well... if it is fixable.. hopefully.. I wouldn't want to replace my laptop for some defective one that everyone seems to encounter with x61t..