Broken Laptop Screen
If something or someone accidentally presses too hard on your laptop screen, your screen may become damaged. If you suspect your screen is damaged, ensure there aren’t any other damaged components such as the graphics card. Until you get your screen repaired, you can continue using your computer as normal. If your screen is damaged visually to the point where you cannot work on it, then connect it to an external monitor so you can see it properly until you can have your screen repaired by a professional.
Deleted Important Files
Permanently deleted files cannot always be recovered, however, there are some ways to get back those files you accidentally deleted. First, try searching for the file by name in your file explorer. If you can’t find it through manually searching, open your “Recycle Bin” or “Trash Bin” and select the most recently deleted item. If that also doesn’t work, you can try using a third-party deleted-fule recovery tool or restore it from your computer’s backup which sometimes created “previous versions” of all your files.
Spilled Liquid on Hardware
When you spill something on your hardware, the very first thing is to immediately unplug your device to prevent circuits from shorting. After everything is off, turn your device upside down to drain out any liquid. It’s recommended to wait before using your device again. Water damage on any internal can cause serious damage so it is not always guaranteed that your device won’t need any repair, but doing this as soon as possible can mitigate the damage.