Question about HP 3115m - E-450 1.65 G- Windows 7 Professional 64-bit - 4 GB RAM -
Laptop will turn on. Windows starts up. keyboard doesn't work. glide pad doesn't work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your operating system is Xp / vista reimage your unit by hit F11 on started up & Hp splash screen - select advanced - select full destructive recovery - you have corrupted your device controler for human interface devices - like your k/board & mouse - there is no way to reinstall the required dll's so full recovery is required.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: some keys on my laptop`s
Hi, if you spilled liquid on the keyboard then it probably needs to be replaced,
Try this... you can remove the keyboard by removing certain screws from the bottom of the laptop, then you open the laptop like if you are using it look to for sliders around the keyboard edges or if it just snaps in place, use thin flat screw driver to carefully remove the keyboard but do not pull far.. it should still be attached with a wide flat cable to the main board... now lets try to remove the cable completely and re-attach it ( when removing the cable use your small flat screw driver to pull the plastic connector snaps from the sides of the connector to loosen the cable and be careful not to break the connector, when attaching back put the cable in first and hold it while you push the connector plastic back in place)... try the computer to see if the problem is gone, if not then order another keyboard and replace it. best of luck
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
SOURCE: HP dv6704nr power button doesn't work but quickplay/dvd start laptop, completely turns off if screen is beyond the cut off point no matter if it is in POST or in windows, and speaker doesn't w
i would take the button bar of and check to see if the cable is off to one side its a flat ribbon cable sounds like it is a little sideways that will make that happen there is a little clip be gentle undo it a little bit and straighten it out
Posted on Mar 04, 2013
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