If the lid assembly in that netbook is standard, it should be relatively
easy to get into. There will be screws hidden, usually under the rubber
bumpers that prevent scuff marks from appearing on the keyboard/base part
when you close the lid. Take out those screws and run a "spudger" or a
small hobby knife (of the "exacto" variety) around the edge to release
several inevitable sets of catches. The bezel should come right off.
You will likely have to then remove more screws to remove the LCD panel
proper, as the information you want is on its back. Be careful with cables
-- they are typically a little fragile -- and your netbook is old enough
that repair parts sources on eBay are starting to dwindle...
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