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Keboard replecement Can u tell me how to remove the keboard from hp pavilion ze5375us laptop. Please stepwise.

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HP Pavilion ze5375us Laptop. can i run windows 7 on this notebook? And what is the max ram for it?


Yes, you can, but only if you max out the RAM at 2GB and even then it will be extremely slow and without any Aero interface.

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Wireless mouse wrks wireless keyboard does not! Do I need a separate wireless dongle for each?


If you have a matched board and mouse you only need one and you have to press the button on the keboard then see if it types then do the same for the mousee push the mouse button down and it should connect. However this is for a matched set keyboard and mouse.

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Usually gets at the on state with a key compination Fn and some of the F or with a small slide switch at one of the corners.

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Power on, loud pop sound, monitor stays black, hard drive, blue lights all work


I would suspect the power supply. It is usually the item that makes a popping sound when it goes bad.
If the computer seems to be running, but just no video, then I'd hook it up to an external monitor. If you have video, then the display (which has it's own power supply) is at fault.
If there is no video, it's more serious, but I bet an external display will work.

Aug 24, 2009 | HP Pavilion ze5375us Notebook

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Can I replace the keboard on my HP Pavillion? I had a problem with it (3yr old+ milk= keyboard issue)


yes sure you can
approx 3 screws at the back and 3 to 4 lock at the top of the keyboard
there you go
get a new one and clamp it in

the thing youll get will approx look like this

Thanx and i hope this helps
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http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&softwareitem=ob-33353-1&os=228&product=455045&

is the link for your service manual to fully disassemble the unit and replace parts. thought this might help you out!

good luck
ruben

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just see the option is given on your laptop keboard for locking and unlocking .

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Black screen with HP logo in center of screen. I checked to make sure my ram strips were seated tightly.


Can you enter the bios when its first switched on? ( press F2 or F10?)

Remove power, take the battery out, wait for 5minutes then try and startup again with only mainspower. If that works, shut down replace battery and power and startup.

If none of that works sounds like faulty mainboard. You could also try and and boot from a PE disk, like Bart PE or Knoppix if you can download and burn form another PC. This way you'll also be able to get your files off easily if it is kaput.

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