Question about Toshiba (225EXTR5)
I had an overheating problem with a laptop (model A85-S107) and I dissambly the laptop and clean the heatsink. When a want to connect the keyboard again a part of the port where the keyboard is connected was broken....a conect the keyboard but its doesnt work........I resolve the issue of overheating but I have another......the keyboard doesn't work...........I have to buy another motherboard or I can change the port of the keyboard??.........The keyboard it's working because I tested in another laptop and it's working..........for me the problem looks the keyboard doesn't make pressure ........help me please...... My operating system detect the keyboard but I can't write anything
I have sony vieo core i7 labtop, and ihave problem in keybord and mous in my computer, the problem is dosint working in any windows but is working in DOS, and if i use usb external keybord is work.
Posted on Apr 23, 2011
If the kb works on another system then the ribbion is ok, right?, the port on the motherboard is broken, which is almost certainly integrated(soldered to the board with no wires in between) which means to replace just the port you need to get a desoldering tool and cloth and a soldering iron(do not use a gun, they are not as acurate when working with this small of a space) and of course some solder, not to mention the replacement part or a more seriously broken laptop with the same part that you can take apart, seems like a lot of work to resurect a laptop, i would suggest a new board, new laptop or get a usb kb, maybe one of those rollup ones they sell on thinkgeek.com so you can retain some of the protablity, then again since the onboard kb is not functional it just sorta becomes deskspace for an external one. the fastest cheapest fix would be an external keyboard, next time i would recomend knowing what you are doing a little better before working on a valueable system or any that you cannot afford to loose, I see people break the ribbion cables and connectors all the time when working on laptops, its usualy because they dont know how to open the clips on the connectors, anyways try to be more careful next time
Posted on Jul 10, 2007
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