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Hi. I just wanna ask your opinion..

Which will be the best solution.
I have a laptop with faulty screen. I don't think I want to repair it as it cost high.
It is 2gb ram,320gb hdd and dual-core.

In another hand, my family has a family PC with 512 ram,100gb hdd,pentium 4..

So I'm thinking about instead of using the laptop as CPU (remove the screen) and attach it to the monitor.

Can I know what will be the side effect?
Does it consume more power to use such that?
Will it be dangerous to electrical?

TQ in advance!

p/s : sorry for such question. :lol

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When removing the LCD from a laptop you will run into problems with any antennae that the manufacturer may have placed in the LCD enclosure.

I would consult the laptop maintenance manual, which can moslty be found on the manufacturers website.

As for power, if the desktop monitor has a higher resolution than that of the laptop lcd (most likely) you will be forced to run at a more native resolution for that monitor.

This could cause problems with the gpu or integrated graphics.

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It's fine to connect the laptop to an external monitor, but there is no need to remove the broken laptop screen.

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What David said. The laptop should be able to be switched to use only an external display with an FN key press.

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