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Keys are stucked

'G' key is sucked on HP DV4450ea (extended ver. of dv4000) laptop keyboard, it continuously pressed. removed the key & tried to fix it, but still the same, 1.Is it hardware problem or software, if Hardware, can kindly tell me how remove the keyboard, if Software how do I fix the problem.  Thanks - Gihan

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Replace the keyboard. Check out the HP site below for manuals

http://h10061.www1.hp.com/ccsearch/search?pname=HP+DV4450&pid=&productBigSeriesOid=&spid=&opname=&contextual_lname=&pname_desc=&ptype=&stype=fs&spname=&temp_hql=&ctry=us&lc=en&dlc=en&mode=lz&tmv=&method=prodFinder&qry=users+manual&Submit.x=0&Submit.y=0&Submit=go

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1. Click on Start. Type Mobility in the Search box. Hit the enter key.

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4. Click on it to enable your wireless.

Another way using a keyboard shortcut: Press the fn and F2 keys at the same time.

I hope this helps you-Thanks for using Fix Ya.

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My name is ArmyMason, here is a link for you to purchase a new keyboard from. ($24.88) http://www.papatek.com/HP-Keyboard/HP-Pavilion-DV4000-keyboard.html Only other solution to this is to try and reseat the ribbon cable into the motherboard and see if that resolves the issue.

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