Hey guys. Last night my GF's laptop (Asus Zenbook UX31E) fell on the floor and cracked its screen. We're holidaying in Vietnam at the moment, and are really reliant on her laptop while here. So we took it to a computer repair shop where, after being told a bunch of times that the part needed to be ordered in ("take a long time", "cost a lotta money", etc.), we were surprised to find someone who could replace it. He replaced the entire screen/monitor/(top-half?), visually it's almost a perfect replacement, but we've had a few unexpected problems besides. The main problem seems to be the removal of the audio drivers. Since rebooting with the new monitor, the audio icon in the notifications tray (where you'd normally adjust the volume) just displays a red X and the message "No Audio Output Device is installed". I've browsed other forum posts and tried a few times to install various RealTek drivers (none of which appear to have any effect). I'm beginning to think it might be a hardware problem, since the laptop's speakers are attached to the monitor. Before I take it back to the guy though, I just want to be certain. Is there some way to verify if it is a software or hardware problem? I can post any extra information that might be important. Thanks heaps.