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Screen 80% unreadable from an impact dent.

Is there a way to view what is on the screen somehow with another laptop or screen?

I cannot change any settings since I cannot see where the cursor is.

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You’ve got displayport on that model so you can hook it up to an external monitor.

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will the screen come up automatically? or do I need to click on something.

the problem is that i can't see to click on anything.

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Should do. You should at least get something on screen then you can secondary click to get to settings

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Replacing the display assembly is not overly hard MacBook Air 11" Late 2010 Display Assembly Replacement and here’s the needed part MacBook Air 11" (Late 2010) Display Assembly

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MacBook Air 11" (Late 2010) Display Assembly

$239.99

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