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1) Go to control panel (either with the help of keyboard or mouse) 2) Open Mouse 3) On Button Tab Select Button Configuration ( Switch Primary and Secondary Buttons) 4) Also Check your Touch Pad Driver Software
You will need to disconnect these. Then you will locate the five metal tabs along the back, which need to be pressed in, which releases the top part of the keyboard and it will now come out. Then re assemble connectors through the access holes you will now see very tricky job more plug connectors inside to so go carefull make sure you disconnect these correctly as you may pull the wires out