When a laptop is in an unexpected state or when it is out of warranty, you can usually find a fix by manually re-assembling the computer.
However, if the computer is completely out of the repair shop’s service range and you don’t have a specialist, the best way to fix the problem is to follow a manual repair plan.
For this guide, we’ll be using the Asus ROG Swift PG278Q to restore our laptop’s screen to its factory configuration.
For more details on what’s covered by warranty, and when you should expect to receive a repair order, see our coverage guide.
Before we get started, let’s get a quick rundown of the parts we’ll need to repair our laptop.
If you’re interested in buying a new computer, our guide will help you determine which parts you should consider buying.
The Asus Rogan Swift PG 278Q is an entry-level desktop replacement for the ROG ROG Zephyrus, which was the first laptop to feature Intel’s Broadwell processors.
It’s also one of the cheapest laptop replacements around, costing just $10.
In addition to a 15.6-inch 1080p touchscreen, the Swift PG 276Q includes a 2.5GHz quad-core Core i5-7300U processor and a 2GB of RAM.
The Swift PG 277Q is also available in a 2-inch display with a 1280×800 resolution.
If we want to repair the screen, we’re going to need a replacement hard drive, as well.
This is a more expensive option, costing around $400, but it’s a great option for laptops with lots of extra storage space.
The laptop we’ll use for this repair will be an Asus Rogo Swift PG270G.
A standard hard drive can be found for about $60 on Amazon, but the Rogo’s Swift PG 280G has a much better warranty.
If your laptop is covered under the manufacturer’s warranty, it’s possible to get a replacement for free if you go to your local electronics retailer and ask for one.
For those of you who have never had a computer, the Rogan’s Swift will do just fine.
But if you’ve had your laptop for several years and need a fresh one, there’s a good chance that you’ve already had a problem with the hard drive.
Before you start, make sure that the drive is formatted and ready for repair.
You’ll need an external hard drive (HDD) that can be plugged into your computer’s USB port, so you can attach it to a power cable or a USB keyboard.
Then, attach the drive to the computer with a SATA cable.
After the drive has been attached, you’ll need a spare SATA cable and a power adapter.
When you plug the drive into your laptop’s USB socket, it should work just fine, but make sure it’s formatted first.
For the Swift’s Swift, you need to press the power button on the front of the laptop to turn on the display and to restart the computer to allow the drive’s internal components to work.
The ROG’s Swift has an additional power button, which you can access by pressing the power key on the bottom right of the keyboard.
This power button is located on the left side of the Swift, and it’s easy to reach, even with a mouse.
When it’s turned on, you’re ready to plug the Swift into your machine’s USB slot.
The next time you open the laptop’s Windows 7 Start menu, the display should boot to a clean screen.
Once the computer boots up, the system will boot into a graphical interface similar to Windows.
After booting, you should see the Swift screen appear.
If it doesn’t, the screen will display a message telling you that you need a backup.
To check for a backup, go to the Windows Backup and Restore Tool, and then press the Back Up button.
The backup should appear.
When a backup is available, you will see a progress bar next to the drive.
You can view the file’s size, the date, and the date it was created.
To see the backup on a different date, go back to the File Manager, select Backup, and select Date/Time from the drop-down menu.
The file should be marked as saved.
After saving the file, it will appear in the Windows Explorer window.
If the file is large, you may want to resize the file before saving it.
If this is the case, select Resize to Fit, and you’ll see a list of all the files that are currently available on the drive, with the one that is currently saved at the top.
Select the file you want to save, and press Save.
When the backup is finished, the drive will boot back up to its previous state.
The same process can be used to repair a drive that has failed in the past. In this