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MZB
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      09-20-2005
Just got a new Dell Inspiron laptop.

I'm sure over time the screen will get a bit dirty and the fingerpad might
get grimy.

So, any suggestions on maintaining things

MB


 
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Buffalo
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      09-20-2005

"MZB" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:w9YXe.237$(E-Mail Removed)...
> Just got a new Dell Inspiron laptop.
>
> I'm sure over time the screen will get a bit dirty and the fingerpad might
> get grimy.
>
> So, any suggestions on maintaining things
>
> MB


Do NOT use a brillo pad!!!!


 
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Buffalo
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      09-20-2005

"MZB" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:w9YXe.237$(E-Mail Removed)...
> Just got a new Dell Inspiron laptop.
>
> I'm sure over time the screen will get a bit dirty and the fingerpad might
> get grimy.
>
> So, any suggestions on maintaining things
>
> MB


Here is what Dell recommends. Should help some.
http://support.dell.com/support/topi...c=us&cs=&s=gen


 
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Classic 42
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      09-20-2005
Try this

http://mirrored.flabber.nl/boob.cursor/ciagnijcycka.swf

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why?
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      09-20-2005

On Tue, 20 Sep 2005 14:03:07 -0400, MZB wrote:

>Just got a new Dell Inspiron laptop.


Check with Dell.

>I'm sure over time the screen will get a bit dirty and the fingerpad might
>get grimy.
>
>So, any suggestions on maintaining things


Looking through past posts in 24hshd
http://groups.google.com/group/24hoursupport.helpdesk?
search for - lcd clean
or
servisol wipes , lots of suppliers.

ripped from a previous post -

I have heard several lots of rubbish from computer stores, not high
street/chain stores but specialist dealers over the last year or so.

I use Servisol Engineers Wipes, which were sold locally as suitable for
LCDs (website doesn't list them anymore). To clean my screen, make a
small area slightly damp on the wipe, and wipe across the screen with
very little pressure in one direction only.

Me

 
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Mitch
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      09-21-2005
In article <w9YXe.237$(E-Mail Removed)>, MZB <(E-Mail Removed)>
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> Just got a new Dell Inspiron laptop.
>
> I'm sure over time the screen will get a bit dirty and the fingerpad might
> get grimy.
>
> So, any suggestions on maintaining things


Sure -- right in the manual. Did you even open it?

But generally, LCD screens are soft and fragile. I suspect a very
diluted soap solution (or plain water) on a very soft towel is what
they will suggest.
You do not use any kind of solvent or chemically active solutions, you
don't apply them directly to the surface, and you don't get it very
wet.
 
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Dan
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      09-21-2005

"MZB" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:w9YXe.237$(E-Mail Removed)...
> Just got a new Dell Inspiron laptop.
>
> I'm sure over time the screen will get a bit dirty and the fingerpad might
> get grimy.
>
> So, any suggestions on maintaining things
>
> MB
>


Don't watch pr0n movies on it!


 
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