me 2! oh, 1 more small thing, the screen is really loose, and it falls if it isn't in the right spot, any ideas?
Yeah, somethings busted!
Seriously though, something is either loose or busted. If you're lucky, it will just be a spring thats come loose. If you're unlucky, then probably a bit of plastic has snapped off inside one or more of the hinges.
This is much more of a risky procedure than the hard drive was, so decide how badly you want it fixed! If you do decide to go ahead, then I believe the instructions below are correct for your laptop....
Disconnect power & batteries
Close screen & flip laptop upside down & remove all the screws marked with the letter 'K'. (7 in total)
Flip laptop backup the right way & open the screen
In the lower right hand corner of the keyboard, you should see a blank key (i.e square space for a key but with no actual key present).
Insert the tip of a flat bladed screwdriver under the edge of this key & carefully prise the keyboard out from under the palm rest.
The keyboard will still be connected by cables so you must flip the keyboard over so its upside down. (Flip it to the left).
Next you need to disconnect the keyboard cabling from the system board. These cables & their connectors are often extremely fragile so please be careful. Remove the keyboard completely.
Close the screen & turn the laptop round so you are facing the back of it.
Remove the 3 screws on the back edge marked 'D'.
Open the screen back up & disconnect the cable that connects the screen to the system board. Next you can lift the screen out.
From there it should be easier to get access to the hinges etc & work out what the problem is.
Please be warned - IF YOU DAMAGE ANY OF THE CABLING OR THEIR CONNECTORS (NOT TO MENTION THE COMPONENTS THEMSELVES) YOU ARE SCREWED!! I would only recommend you attempt this if you are reasonably competent at disassembling laptops. Do not blame me if it never works again afterwards!