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I assume you're referring to an external keyboard. Have you tried it on another computer? Have you tried other devices in the port? If the port does not work with other devices then it may require drivers, be damaged or defective. If the keyboard does not work on another system then it is defective. Most USB keyboards do not require additional drivers, but you may want to check the manufacturer's website.

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I want to safely remove, clean and replace all keys on the Dell 610 keyboard


HI michael so if you want to clean your keyboard so first you must take off the keyboard from you laptop .

Let's remove the keyboard. Insert a flat head screwdriver between the keyboard bezel and laptop case and carefully lift up the bezel. Remove the bezel.

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You'll find two screws securing the keyboard. Remove both screws.
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Now carefully lift up the keyboard. You'll see the default memory module under the keyboard, right above the touch pad buttons. It's possible to replace the memory module without disconnecting the keyboard.
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Disconnect the keyboard . Simply grab the blue tag attached to the keyboard connector and pull it up. Now you can remove the keyboard.



So now with removed keyboard you can clean it .

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Laptop keyboard keys


To determine if the keyboard or the keyboard controller is faulty, plug an USB keyboard into the USB port on your laptop. If all the keys are OK on the USB keyboard then the laptop's keyboard is faulty and needs to be replaced. If the USB keyboard also malfunctions then the keyboard controller chip on the motherboard is faulty, then the motherboard needs to be replaced, but this may not be a cost effective solution.
A replacement keyboard for your model laptop maybe available from this WEB site.Keyboard replacement, LCD screens for mobile phones, Ipods and computer equipment. http://www.yallstore.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&zenid=1lrjst3ncshlb4c7frn9bev3c3&keyword=keyboards

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Computer doesn't recognize ez eyes keyboard


unplug the keyboard, go to the manufacturers website and download and install the drivers, plug the keyboard back in.

If that doesn't work

check your device manager and see what keyboards are in the keyboard section. delete anything but the hid keyboard device and the standard ps2/2 keyboard from the keyboard section. repeat the first set of instructions

if that doesn't work either

take the keyboard back it is most likely faulty

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Keyoard o hp dv-6 laptop has keys that will ot work ay more


Connect an USB keyboard to your laptop and if the keyboard functions normally then you need to replace the laptop's keyboard or just use the USB keyboard.
You maybe able to get a replacement keyboard fron this site.
Keyboard replacement, LCD screens for mobile phones, Ipodsand computer equipment.http://www.yallstore.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&zenid=1lrjst3ncshlb4c7frn9bev3c3&keyword=keyboards

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Keyboard not working


Do you have a spare USB keyboard you could try using? If an external keyboard works just fine - but the actual keyboard on the laptop does not respond at all - it is likely that the keyboard has failed.

If you are comfortable taking your laptop apart, you can try to unplug the keyboard and plug it back into the connection point on the laptop. DO NOT TRY THIS UNLESS YOU ARE 100% COMFORTABLE WITH REMOVING THE LAPTOP KEYBOARD.

If you can get the keyboard to work by reseating the connection then that is awesome! However, the problem with laptop keyboards is that there isn't a solid way to tell if the keyboard is bad, or if the motherboard connection for the keyboard is bad. The only way to know for sure is to pay to have the keyboard replaced. If that fixes it, then that is great! But - if paying to get the keyboard replaced doesn't fix the computer, then you will be looking at an expensive motherboard repair.

If an external USB keyboard does work, it may be a temporary solution until you are ready to have a certified technician replace the built in keyboard.

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The shift key,backspace,delete buttons are not working


here are some tips to solve keyboard problems:

How to fix Keyboard problems:

1. Due to wear and tear, the keys for certain characters on a keyboard will wear out. This happens for more commonly used characters. If the problem is due to loose or improper contact, you can try to fix the key back. If this does not work, you can replace the key with a new key purchased from a computer store. Love your keyboard by handling it gentle.

2. Sometimes the keyboard drivers can get corrupted. You need to change them or test the driver.

Go to My Computer :::>Hardware:::>Device Manager and uninstall the keyboard. For windowsXP Start:::>Control panel:::>Keyboard:::>Hardware:::> uninstall keyboard. Restart the computer, the keyboard should get reinstalled automatically.The keyboard should start working again. If not so get keyboard drivers by updating windows or manufacturer web site.

Always use computer or antivirus protection - run a free computer antivirus scan or any other anti-virus since virus can corrupt system files. get one now!

3. Try to swap the keyboard with another keyboard which works properly on another computer. If the alternate keyboard has the same problem, there may be a problem with the keyboard circuit on motherboard.

If the alternate keyboard works properly, check if the keyboard cable is properly connected, whether wires in the keyboard cable are connected properly.

4. Open out the keyboard and check if the keyboard fuse is working. If the fuse has blown, replace it with another fuse of the same rating and size.

5. If you spill water or any liquid on the keyboard, switch off the computer immediately. Unplug the keyboard, turn the keyboard upside down and keep it out for drying either in the sun or under a fan. If some other sticky fluid has been spilled on the keyboard, use a moist cotton swab or ear bud to clean computer or wipe away the fluid. Only when it is completely dry, (it will take a minimum of 24 hours depending on the weather), connect the keyboard back to your computer.

6. For USB keyboard change the USB ports or unplug the keyboard from the USB port then plug it back until it responds or detected. Usually the keyboard led(indicator) lighting up should show a successful connection.

7. Set the speed of character repeatation. For windowsXP Start:::>Control panel:::>Keyboard:::>Speed:::>make adjustments.

8. Set the blinking rate of cursor. For windowsXP Start:::>Control panel:::>Keyboard:::>Speed:::>make adjustments.

9. Go for a typing course or tutorial on how to use keboard features.

10. For discolouration or fading of white keyboard. Use good computer cleaners,soft cloth, whiteners or vinegar mixed with water to keep the original white colour or clean. don't use bleach or rough material to clean. disconnect the power supply. switching to good black keyboard can comfort you.

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Our HP Pavillion dv8000 just recently started having problem with keyboard. No Virus. Caps Lock light will not go on (frozen) and "s" key does not work. Sometimes the keyboard properly- sometimes it...


Clean the keyboard wiith a compressed air can, if that doesn't do the trick try a usb keyboard, if the external keyboard works well then you need to replace the laptops keyboard.

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How to remove Insperon 1725 keyboard


Keyboard Dell? Inspiron? 1525/1526 Service Manual NOTICE: To avoid electrostatic discharge, ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap or by periodically touching an unpainted metal surface (such as a connector on the back of the computer). NOTICE: To help prevent damage to the system board, you must remove the battery from the battery bay before you begin working inside the computer. Removing the Keyboard Remove the two screws at the top of the keyboard. NOTICE: The key caps on the keyboard are fragile, easily dislodged, and time-consuming to replace. Be careful when removing and handling the keyboard. Lift the keyboard and hold it up and slightly forward to access to the keyboard connector. To disconnect the keyboard cable from the keyboard connector on the system board, rotate the keyboard connector latch toward the front of the computer. Slide the keyboard cable out of the keyboard connector. 1 screws (2) 2 keyboard 3 keyboard tabs (5) 4 keyboard cable 5 keyboard connector latch Replacing the Keyboard Slide the keyboard cable into the keyboard connector. Rotate the keyboard connector latch to secure the cable. Align the tabs along the bottom of the keyboard and slide them under the palm rest. Press on the right edge near the top to snap the keyboard into place. Replace the two screws on the top of the keyboard. Or else if this is not clear you can also visit Support.dell.com Thanks Deepak

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Keyboard replacement


Manual can be found here. Parts 1-3 must be downloaded before opening.
Directions from the manual for removing the keyboard:

Removing the Keyboard
(User-Replaceable)
Required Equipment
• #1 Phillips screwdriver.

Removal Procedure
Unplug the AC adapter, if present, and remove the battery.
Remove the keyboard cover (page 2-12).
Remove the four M2.5×4.0 mm screws that secure the keyboard to the top case.
Lift up on the keyboard at the switchboard PCA end and then pull it toward the display assembly to release the tabs from the top case.
Turn the keyboard over and disconnect the motherboard cable.
Remove the keyboard.
Reassembly Notes
Caution
Do not excessively bend or fold the keyboard cable. Excessive flexing can damage the keyboard cable connectors.
• Lay the keyboard face down on the top case, forward of its normal position, then reconnect the keyboard cable.
• Slide the metal tabs on the bottom of the keyboard into their slots in the top case, then lower the keyboard into place.

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Keyboard inoperative


press and hold fn and press f11.it sounds like you activated the sticky keys

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