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07-17-2013 01:21 PM
07-17-2013 05:31 PM
Unfortunately the black blotch on the screen indicates that the actual screen is broken. The black blotch is actually the LCD liquid leaking from within the screen.
That said, the only way to use the system properly is to connect it to an external video source. To resolve the issue, however, the screen would need to be replaced altogether.
Hope this helps.
07-18-2013 06:53 PM
Thanks a lot Jay, but i don't but i dont think that my screen has any damages cause if it would have been damaged then the contents behind that broken area would not be visible, but they are, hence everything is perfectly visible behind that black spot on the scren.
I am gonna put up some pictures which i took from my cell phone, maybe they can be of a little help to understand the situation.
I would really appreciate any kind of help.
07-19-2013 12:00 PM
From your description I agree with nitinkaul16. The screen has developed a fault and needs to be replaced.
Replacing the screen is pretty straightforward, the cost varies on size and whether CCFL or LED but approx 50-75GBP for most screens, and about 20-30 minutes work to replace it.
if you are not comfortable doing it yourself any good repair shop will do the job for you.