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Replacing Averatec 3200 keyboard

Hello - I have the new keyboard and looked at your instructions but my question is how do you open the mouse tracking section or just how do you open the keyboard to replace?

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  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2008

    Can you get replacement spaces that fit under the space bar? Mine broke on my Averatec 3200 laptop and now I have to use a plugin keyboard?

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