Question about Compaq Keyboard
I can't seem to get the bottom cover off. It looks like there are screws coming from the top that I cannot find... Can you help?
This just happened to me with a black Compaq keyboard. There are two additional screws hidden under the rubber pads. You'll have to remove the pads (use a screwdriver or your nails) to get access to those screws, and then when you're done put the pads back in place (they are sticky on the inside, so I guess they'll glue back to the keyboard and not fall).
Posted on May 04, 2009
As per the service manual available here on the HP Website is only necessary to remove the switch cover to access the keyboard screws. The switch cover is secured by to screws located in the battery compartment. The keyboard screws are located on the top of the system under the switch cover.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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