Originally Posted by Raiders37
I cracked mine over a year ago and ordered the replacement off eBay. I tried to find that little driver locally, but was unable to so ended up suffering with the cracked screen for about a month or so, until I realized that it just lays right over top and is help down by some sticky tape.
I was able to slide my fingernail underneath the edge up top and get it off that way. I cleaned out all the dust and put the new one on.
Really simple actually, and no tools were required.
Shoot, just realized that you have the 8100. I have the Curve 8320 so am not sure if it is the same with yours.