My kyboard is nt working as yu can see, so I purchased a newer one and it didn't come with instructions, does anyone knw how to replace the friken thing. The guy I bought it from said it was only 2 screws but I don't know which 2. Nothing is evident. Please help me. Thanks
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Re: Replacing a keyboard on an HP Pavilion ZD8000
Here is the site I use when repairing laptops and get stuck. This tells and shows what you need to do. Good luck and have a good day. http://www.insidemylaptop.com/take-apart-hp-pavilion-dv6000-laptop/
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My name is ArmyMason, here is a link for you to purchase a new keyboard from. ($24.88) http://www.papatek.com/HP-Keyboard/HP-Pavilion-DV4000-keyboard.html Only other solution to this is to try and reseat the ribbon cable into the motherboard and see if that resolves the issue.
The most common reason that your cursor skips around is that you are touching the touch pad when typing. Some are more sensitive than others. On my Toshiba I had that problem, but it has a Fn key that allows me to turn off the touchpad. Problem went away when I went to a mouse instead. Had a client with a Dell with the same problem. I had to actually physically disconnect the touchpad and her problem went away. Now as for the first problem, (the HP), I'd say you have a stuck key on the keyboard. It would make that noise.