Before you proceed: There are several different models of this laptop, some of the models require that you take apart THE ENTIRE LAPTOP in order to replace the screen. THIS IS NOT ONE OF THOSE LAPTOPS
If you are experiencing red speckles of spots on your screen you have what is commonly referred to as "Dead Pixels" and this is an early warning sign that your laptop screen is about to die on you.
If this is happening, or other signs, or your screen has already died, don't spent hundreds of dollars at a PC repair shop, just grab some tools and get ready to fix the problem yourself.
What you will need
Small Phillips screwdriver
Small pointed object or X-ato knife to remove rubber feet off of laptop
A towel of soft cloth to place on keyboad of laptop to hold screen
Plastic card (I used a expired credit card) or thin flexable object to get inbetween frame of screen and laptop
New Laptop Screen, I got mine from here around $78 (They NOW have a feature where you can type in the modle number of your laptop screen to get a exact match, I reccomend that you do this before you order your replacement screen, i'll explain a little later)
First thing you do is flip your laptop to the back side, pull the lock tab to release the laptop battery.
Use a small Phillips screwdriver for these screws.