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Keypad keys my 1 year old has pulled some keys from my keypad, I have spent ages trying to get all the plastic bits the right way!! I need help!! Please Thanks.

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How do I accesss 1/2, 1/4 etc


You can type the characters 1 / 2 etc no spaces, but it does not look quite right.

The old way was to hold down the Alt key, and on the number keypad (not the top row) type Alt-171 for a 1/2, and Alt-172 for a 1/4. That's all the fractions there is by that method. See here

http://www.asciitable.com/

Aug 25, 2015 | HP Pavilion Computers & Internet

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Melcom ST6000 key pad not working on a certain


Are you having problem typing certain numbers on the keypad? Please state you questions a bit more detail.
Commonly, like yesterday, I fixed my niece's keypad by just cleaning.
The procedure is as follows: Power down your machine, unplug the keypad from the machine.
First blow the keypad with a hair dryer without the heat or a blower. This would remove the dust and.
Now take a medium size brush and brush those keys taking the keypad upside down. While doing this tap the backside of the keypad time to time.
The next thing is a bit scary. But if you do it right this is best. Spray some Windex on the keypad and use a tissue paper or a cleaning cloth and clean the keypad on and between the keys.
This solved my niece's keypad.
Hope this helps you too.

Oct 15, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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My Dell XPS L502 laptop keyboard locks up?


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Buy a can of compressed air and spray it on the keyboard if your keys are sticking together. This is the easiest thing you can do to fix the keys on your keyboard. It doesn't work for all problems, but it's a good place to start. Make sure you get the air down inside the keys to clean out any debris, hair or food that may have gotten caught in there.
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Replace the inside of the keyboard with a new piece. One of the major problems with Dell keyboards is that the plastic pieces holding the keys in place become loose or broken. You can find a cheap keyboard from Wal-Mart or an electronics store. Simply take apart the new keyboard, pull the keys off your keyboard, lay the plastic piece on top and replace your keys.


3Use a small dab of super glue to replace keys that have fallen off. Dell laptops often have keys that fall off, especially as the computer ages or is used quite frequently. Place a small dab of glue directly on the round part that holds the key in place and lightly press the key down. When the glue dries, you'll be able to use your laptop again.
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Remove any problem keys from your keyboard and look at the plastic retainers. At times these retainers can become broken, damaged or simply fall off. Carefully pull off the retainer, clean it off with some compressed air and snap it back into place. Then put the key back into the slot and everything should work fine.
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Consult the Dell manuals website to get information on your specific laptop computer. The manual will include information on troubleshooting and repairing any problems with your laptop. If you find that none of their suggestions work, you can also use the website to find the customer service number. You'll need to call the number and ask for help or advice.

Jan 10, 2013 | Dell XPS 15z XPS15z72ELS PC Notebook

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Give me one example of quadratic age word problem.


Within 11 years, the age of Peter will be half the square of the age he was 13 years ago. Calculate the current age of Peter.

Suzy is ten years older than Billy, and next year she will be twice as old as Billy. How old are they now?

Sep 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Where is HD on VGN-N250E


It's in the bottom left hand corner, as you view the laptop in it's normal position.

Sony Vaio's are not like other laptops in -> this respect.
With MOST other newer laptop's, you burn to disk your personal documents.
(Anything in your My Documents folder. My Pictures, My Music, My Videos, and personal documents you have created)

Then you buy an inexpensive external enclosure, (2.5" for laptops. And Sata for a laptop like yours), insert the new harddrive, and attach the external enclosure to your laptop, via a USB cable.

Then there is a certain key, or keys, you press on the keypad, and a menu comes up for transferring your Operating System, and programs you have installed, onto the new harddrive.

You remove the AC adapter, (Charger) and the battery.
The new harddrive is then inserted in place of the old one. Access to the harddrive, is usually removing a screw or two, then pulling the harddrive out, with part of the laptop body. Reinstall the battery, and plug the AC adapter back in. Away you go.

With the Sony Vaio series, this is not happening.

You have to use an external enclosure, and a 'mirror' imaging program, like Norton Ghost, Acronis True Image, or DriveImage XML, (Free), and mirror image the operating system, and programs to the new harddrive. (Via the external enclosure)

Then the fun(?) begins.
All electrical sources are removed. The laptop is turned over on it's top cover. Six screws are removed around the outside case edge.
One screw is removed towards the Front, and right next to the Memory Compartment Cover.

The laptop is turned back over, and a small flat tip screwdriver is inserted into slots, in front of the keypad. (Jewelers screwdriver)
The keypad is released and tilted back.
A flat ribbon cable is disconnected, from the motherboard that leads to the keypad. The keypad is removed.

Then, a small White flat ribbon cable is disconnected, in front of the keypad area. This ribbon cable connects the Front panel buttons, to the motherboard.

Now, the Top Cover is popped loose from the Bottom Cover. There is a thin parting line where the two halves meet, and a jewelers flat tip screwdriver, is inserted in this parting line towards the back. (Near the LCD screen) The Top Cover is eased up a bit, on one side, then the other side is eased up a bit. Work towards the front.
When getting to the end, (Front), the Top Cover comes off.

Now the harddrive can be seen. There are Two screws towards the Left side, in the corners. These are removed. There is One
screw towards the Right/Front corner. This is removed. The harddrive has a fabric pull 'tab' on the end of it. This is pulled on and the back end of the hardrive is gently lifted up, as it's pulled back. (Left side of harddrive is the back end)

-> Extreme caution is taken here, as there are tiny metal pins on the front off the harddrive, that can easily be bent!

There is a metal thin frame that goes around the harddrive. This is removed, by removing Two screws on each side. The metal frame goes on the new harddrive.

Apr 18, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-N250E/W Notebook

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Keyboard letters 'm,j,k,l,u,i,o' permanantly locked for numerals. i have no idea how i switched this function on.


NumLock is on. Look for the Fn key in the lower left corner, and lookint in the top right, the NumLock key.

Mar 22, 2009 | HP 2133 Notebook PC

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I need to replace the F2 key and the key just left of the number 1 key on my dell 6000 inspiron key board. I am having trouble finding the key to buy for the repair. I am assuming that it is a small do...


Dell don't appear to sell spares down to this level - when a key on mine "broke" recently, they sent me a complete replacement keyboard.

Bearing in mind that the machine was a couple of days out of warranty and that the damage was clearly down to our carelessness rather than theirs, I thought it pretty decent of them to give it to me for free.

You might try salvaging the keyboard off a dead notebook, and either fitting it complete, or salvaging the relevant keys off it.

Changing the keyboard out is quick and easy (You'll find instructions for doing it buried in the "Dell Support Centre" area on your machine).

Fitting salvaged keycaps to an existing keyboard is fiddly: There are two plastic levers which between them form a pantograph underneath the keycap. The keycaps will come off easily enough if you pull them straight out, trying not to lose the two plastic levers which hold them on. From memory, to refit them, you need to click one of the levers into the keycap, then both into the base of the keyboard, then press down hard on the keycap until the last bit clips into place - then repeat several times until you get it right! (The last connection needs to be the fixed, rather than the sliding link to the keycap).

A.

Mar 09, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

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Ican"t type numbers can you please help


From Dell user manual:
The numeric keypad functions like the numeric keypad on an external keyboard. Each key on the keypad has multiple functions. The keypad numbers and symbols are marked in blue on the right of the keypad keys. To type a number or symbol, press <Fn> and the desired key after enabling the keypad.
  • To enable the keypad, press <Num Lk>. The keyboar2.jpg light indicates that the keypad is active.

  • To disable the keypad, press <Num Lk> again.

Jan 13, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook

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Up, down, right arrow keys wont work


I have a Dell xps m1530 . I lost the right arrow . how do i replaceit on my warranty

Dec 16, 2008 | Dell XPS M1530 Notebook

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Wher s d RAM


1) You'll need a small screwdriver and phillips head screwdriver.

2) You will need to stick the small screwdriver head in between the row of function keys and speaker cover. Gently and carefully unclip the speaker cover away from the keypad.

3) Once the speaker cover is off, gently remove the keypad away from the clips that are holding it in place. You'll need a screwdriver to do this. Once this has been done, rest the keypad down without having to disconnect it from the circuit board.

4) You'll see a silver cover to the right. Remove all the small phillips head screws. Lift the cover off and underneath the thin black plastic sheet is your RAM.

5) To remove RAM simply pull the two metal clips that are holding it outwards and the RAM will pop up and then you can slide it out.

6) To replace/add RAM, slide the RAM into it's slot. It can only go in one way. Once it's in, genlty press down on the RAM and it should click back into it's place. Make sure that the metal clips are holding the RAM in it's place.

7) Screw silver cover back on, put keypad back on making sure it is clipped back into it's place, put the speaker cover into the allocatd slots and gently press down and you'll hear it click into place.

Jul 14, 2008 | NEC Versa VX Notebook

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