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Try start up in Safe Mode press F8. Choose Safe Mode, when at the choice window, to select either Safe Mode Desktop, OR System Restore, chooses system restore and choose a time before you had the "Problem" and follow instructions. This should get you back.
It is maybe better to find the same new add on keyboard, or any other but with same connector (USB or PS/2)
Disconnect the broken Keyboard, connect the new one (on the same place and turn ON your Asus.
If you examine the area of the case above the keyboard (the small area between the keyboard and the screen hinges), you should see that it is a separate piece from the rest of the case. This small section of case should just pry off (be careful not to break it or the locking tabs). Once you have pried this off, you should see 2 or 3 screws holding the keyboard down. Remove these screws and the keyboard should come out. If you are just accessing the RAM, you shouldn't have to unplug the keyboard ribbon cable.