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Keyboard is stuck and need change boot order

HP L2000 laptop keyboard is stuck and need to change boot order.
I need to change boot order from hard drive to CD.

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You can try connecting an external keyboard. When the external is connected the BIOS may ignore in built-in keyboard, bypassing your keyboard error.

You can also try removing the stuck key by prying it up GENTLY.

The answer to your question is unless you can get a working keyboard connected to your computer there is no way to change the boot order. Without a working keyboard you can't get into the system setup (BIOS), nor can you press the correct key.

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