Question about Dell Latitude D800 Notebook
This is usually a snap on plate you can check if you can find the edge. usually you need to remove first the top plate in order to get to the keyboard, this is a plastic that you need to twist up a bit on both ends ( on the top of the F1- to - F12 commands) then once you have removed this top plate you can have acces to the keyboard, either it is screwed or fastened only
it is not difficult, cheers
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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