Is it always possible to replace a touchscreen laptop with a nontouchscreen

Jun 28, 2018
1
0
10
0
I have looked at multiple reviews and all of them give a part number and the answer is a part number and etc. but I need to know I can always replace my touch screen with a nontouchscreen. Is it always possible and if not, how to I no if my screen can or cannot
 
It depends on the implementation - some laptops have a touch and "non touch" option that are otherwise identical.

Theoretically, you could replace the "touch" with the "non touch" screen without much issue.

It would all depend on the part numbers etc - and what elements you'd actually be replacing.
http://scienceline.org/2012/01/okay-but-how-do-touch-screens-actually-work/
 
It depends on the implementation - some laptops have a touch and "non touch" option that are otherwise identical.

Theoretically, you could replace the "touch" with the "non touch" screen without much issue.

It would all depend on the part numbers etc - and what elements you'd actually be replacing.
http://scienceline.org/2012/01/okay-but-how-do-touch-screens-actually-work/
 
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
J Laptop Tech Support 0
MathReif Laptop Tech Support 9
K Laptop Tech Support 0
I Laptop Tech Support 0
K Laptop Tech Support 1
M Laptop Tech Support 0
R Laptop Tech Support 8
S Laptop Tech Support 2
ineedtofixmylaptop Laptop Tech Support 0
Q Laptop Tech Support 2
F Laptop Tech Support 2
T Laptop Tech Support 1
I Laptop Tech Support 3
A Laptop Tech Support 5
T Laptop Tech Support 1
jossrik Laptop Tech Support 3
R Laptop Tech Support 1
A Laptop Tech Support 1
F Laptop Tech Support 7
jaguarman Laptop Tech Support 23

ASK THE COMMUNITY