In this guide, you will learn how to disassemble the broken/damaged screen from the rest of the laptop, allowing you to replace it for a new one. This guide will also teach you what the proper and necessary tools are for this repair.
Using a plastic opening tool, remove all stickers covering the screws.
Remove all six 3.8mm screws from the screen using a #1 Phillips screwdriver.
With a plastic opening tool, prop the plastic panel up to separate it from the rest of the laptop.
Slowly pull the plastic panel from the entire laptop.
Remove the four 5 mm screws with a Phillips #1 screwdriver, each located at the four corners of the screen.
Remove all white tape that hold the cords and wirings together.
At this point, the screen should be completely disconnected from the rest of the laptop.