When it comes to replacing a laptopscreen, it is important to ensure that the resolution of the replacement laptop screen is the same as the resolution of the original screen. To be able to order for the right screen with the same resolution as your old screen, you will have to perform the measurement.
Laptop screen resolution is measured in vertical pixels and horizontal pixels. For instance, a screen’s resolution could be presented as (ex.: 1366 × 768). If you are buying a replacement screen online, you should first confirm the screen resolution so that you can place an order with specific measurements. Avoid relying on the laptop model when placing an order. Instead, be sure to have the exact measurement of your screen’s resolution. This is because the same laptop model may not come with the same display resolutions.
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Confirming the screen resolution
Here is how to find your laptop screen resolution:
- From the manufactures website
If you have no idea on how to check your screen resolution manually, you can simply go to the manufacturer’s official website for the right measurement.
- From the laptop manual
If you still have your laptop manual, you can read through it and you will find the resolution of your screen.
- From your laptop
If you are using Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows 98 or Windows XP, just right click on the Desktop and then select Properties and then navigate Display Properties to the Settings.
- Look at the specifications
You can also find the resolution of your screen by finding something that look like the descriptions below. The letters on the right are typically the common abbreviations and are also used to indicate resolution.
- 3200 × 1800 (UHD) 4K
- 3840 × 2160 (QHD+)
- 2880 × 1800 (Apple, Retina only)
- 3000 × 2000 (MS, PixelSense only)
- 2560 × 1440 (WQHD / QHD only) 2k
- 2560 × 1600 (Apple, Retina only)
- 2304 × 1440 (Apple, Retina only)
- 1920 × 1200 (WUXGA)
- 2048 × 1536 (QXGA)
- 1920 × 1080 (WUXGA) Full HD
- 1600 × 900 (WXGA++) HD+
- 1680 × 900 (WSXGA+)
- 1680 × 945 (WSXGA+)
- 1680 × 1050 (WSXGA+)
- 1366 × 768 (WXGA) HD
- 1400 × 1050 (SXGA)
- 1440 × 900 (WXGA+)
- 1440 × 960 (WXGA+)
- 1600 × 1200 (UXGA)
- 1152 × 768 (WXGA)
- 1280 × 768 (WXGA)
- 1280 × 800 (WXGA)
- 1280 × 854 (WXGA)
- 1280 720 (SD+)
- 1280 1024 (SXGA)
Avoid downgrading or upgrading
When replacing your laptop screen, it is highly recommended that you don’t downgrade or upgrade. Instead, order for a screen with the same measurement in size and the same resolution as the one you want to replace.
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