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How do I identify which laptop screens are compatible with which laptops please?

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Hi,

I am starting out as a supplier of LCD laptop screens and I noticed that other LCD suppliers (For example, www.laptopscreenonline.com) have databases of thousands of screens and which machines they are compatible with.

What I want to know is, how did they find this out? Is there an online database online somewhere that people can access?

I know a lot of these guys offer 'generic' screens but they must have obtained compatibility information from somewhere.

I really need this for my business. I want to offer exact screen models and not generic models but I'm at a loss without this info.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Lee
Kuzotronic.com
Manchester, UK

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by:JAN PAKULA
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i would contact manufacurers of laptops you want to sell screens for - they will give you information - dont know if for free though

Jan MA CCNA
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Tried this but nobody wants to speak to me.....the response rate is terrible!!!
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you tried for free - offer cooperation in $ - this always works :)
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JAN PAKULA earned 125 total points
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u can also obtain repair manuals and check what connection and screen sizes given laptops support
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Worth a shot I suppose. I would have thought there would be an online resource somewhere. You can find similar databases for memory compatibility etc.

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Advice not specific enough
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you have 2 errors on your website
http://kuzotronic.com/
line 202 - object expected
and 206 - object expected

http://www.adspeed.com/Knowledges/904/Problems_Ad_Serving/Object_Expected_error_Internet_Explorer.html
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THank you....I wish I would have give you more points now!!!
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