Monday, October 6, 2014

How I Fixed My HP 110 Mini

I bought my My HP 110 Mini back in 2009 and it has been a pretty solid netbook computer for several years now. I initially upgraded it from 1gb of memory to 2gb which made it seem to run Windows 7 quite a bit faster. About a year ago, I accidentally cracked the screen which meant that I could no longer use the display at all. I resorted to using the VGA output on the HP 110 Mini to plug into my TV so that I could use the free version of Hulu on it. Recently, however, I was able to find a replacement screen fairly cheap and decided to fix it. It was an easier process than I could have hoped.

There are a few video tutorials out there that will help you replace your cracked HP Mini 110 screen and they range from overly talky to completely useless. Personally, I think that, if you intend to replace your HP 110 Mini screen yourself, then using the official maintenance and service guide is the best way to go. Using the guide from HP, I was able to replace my screen in about 10 minutes. Before you begin, though, you'll want to make sure you have a set of precision screwdrivers because you'll be working with really tiny screws.

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