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If you purchased a generic keyboard ( One without a CD supplied) then you just remove the old one from the back of the computer and plug the new one in then turn on the computer. if you bought the one with the CD just do the above procedure but when you turn on the computer put in teh CD and run it. If you need further assistance just message me back.

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I you already lost it, you need to purchased a new keyboard since there no particular part no for just one key of the keyboard...Below is the picture of the key that is missing...


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The problem with using most wireless electronics in applications as sensitive as computer use, is that so many things share a close proximity of frequencies. Many wireless routers use 2.4 ghz frequency, as do many cordless phones. Interruptions in wireless products are, unfortunately, a part of the deal as of yet. This 'could' be making it miss a key.
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If you have an old keyboard, or you can go to any of the local shops, they might have wasted keyboard.....And you can ask for a single key.

Use the below procedure to attach the key to our keyboard.

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2007/03/20/key-fell-off-keyboard/

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