After ordering 2 screens finally found the right one on Ebay. Replacement is NOT for amateurs! This requires a complete disassembly of the computer. I tried to remove the digitizer from that side of the screen but the plastic cover was the only thing coming off. Once I got the back off and had the motherboard exposed, I had to disconnect 5 ribbon cables. Two of the connector clamps broke off one of which was for the digitizer. Once I had the display screen removed and only the digitizer and plastic "frame" was left I was able to remove the screen. I then put the computer back together except for the back. The digitizer did not work at first. I was able to position the ribbon cable so there was a slight downward force and that fixed the issue. I then glued the cable to the connector. All connectors have some glue on them. I think this is what caused the clamps to break. So I have the digitizer working but now I have a new problem. The left 25% of the display is dimmed more than the rest of the display. This is on Windows and Android. I have reset all cables (and glued) but I can't get this new problem to go away. Anyone have an idea what could have caused this? The display was working before I replaced the digitizer. Has some happened to the screen during this replacement that could have caused this?