Posted 29 December 2007 - 08:05 AM
Did you purchase an extended warranty when you bought the computer? Did the warranty specifically cover accidental damage? If so, then it's likely that they'll fix it. If not, then it's likely that it'll be perceived as accidental damage and won't be covered under the warranty.
In general, service centers replace parts rather than repair them - so it's usually more expensive at a service center than at a small, local shop that works on the innards.
The laptop has built in wireless, so you could add a wireless router to your ethernet and connect that way.
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