Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
Make sure there is nothing inside of it, if it's old it's most likely things being built up inside of it from eating or drinking over it and it getting sticky from things falling in. Make sure number lock is off too. But if they still don't work then pry up the keys with a butter knife and see if anything is wrong and use air cans to air blow them out. Do it one at a time too so you don't mix them up, and the keys should pop right back on.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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