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My keyboard does not work on my NC6000 , I havee googled the error and found it to be a common error corrected by taking the laptop apart and tightening the screw next to the fan for some reason this helps the connector for the keyboard

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This might sound obvious, but try removing the keyboard, and check to see if the ribon cable is connected. I just purchased a used nc6000, and had no response from my keyboard. 2 screws on the back, and 4 little plasctic tabs between the f keys at the top. The tabs just slide down. Hope this helps.

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