My disabled sister-in-law, who is more or less confined to a wheelchair, is not a very good driver - at least in reverse. To date she has reversed an electric wheelchair over two smartphones, one dental bridge, one pair of glasses and now her laptop. This procedure has done none of these items any good at all !
Investigation suggests that the laptop only needs a screen since it boots and runs fine when connected to a TV and as it is only about two years old I think it is worth fitting a new screen. Unhappily it seems there are three different screens fitted to her model and unless you dismantle it you cannot get the screen part number off the back of the screen. I would really prefer not to have a part dismantled laptop lying around my office for a week or so, and equally I don't want to take it to pieces to find this number and then put it back together and repeat a week or so later when a new screen arrives.
Can anybody work out what screen is fitted from the following numbers off the casing ?
Sony Vaio model :- SVF42c29m
Serial :- 54584288-0000664
Product name :- SVF1421S1EB
Service tag :- C10JKJAS or C10JKJA8