Quote: Originally Posted by surge411
So it's been like almost a year (time zooms by so fast!) that i've been using my laptop. It's an Acer Aspire 5755G that cost $900 (Canadian Dollars) and I really love it because it's got amazing speed and graphics with an Intel(R) Core(tm) i7. I always game with it and stuff. But now, the amazing graphics are ruined! Guess why; Theres a bug. I first thought it was just a fly walking on the screen and tried to take it with a tissue, and it was the stupidest thing to do. Because I squashed the little thing and realized it was INSIDE my screen. I mean in between the glass.
Could somebody at least tell me how a f***ing bug could get in a screen? Is there a way to get it out? (I'd really rather not disassembling my laptop at all, because i'd rather stick with six pixels covered by a bug than $900 lost!) Will the damn thing eventually fall out somehow?
Thanks alot guys. Looks like I'm gonna need some "debugging"!!
I would be tempted to take a picture of your screen and put it up on a public access picture gallery then share it with acer and see what they have to say ?
If a bug can get between the front laminated layer then that could be seen as a design fault and I would try take them to task.
I think your laptop uses a polarizer, which is a thin layer of film laminated to the outermost layer of glass of the notebook screen, used to filter light waves produced by the screen to generate an image.
Pursuing them might be a hiding to nothing but hey its worth a try.