I have a Toshiba Satellite M35 and I baught a new keyboard cause the one currently in has most of the bottons popped of, thanks impart to my 2 year old. I need to know how to take the old one out and put the new one in.
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On the keyboard should be an fn button usually by the ctrl button. At the top of the keyboard there should be a button that looks like a sun and has a arrow up or down. Now combine the fn+the sun button.
next to the F1 key and the windows key (2nd upper key and second to last key) are two screws, usually under some covering. unscrew and lift top edge of the keyboard towards the trackpad to lay face down. Undo the wire ribbon by lifting the grey or brown tabs and remove ribbon and keyboard. Then install the new keyboard by inserting the ribbon on the place. Lock down with the tabs and put the plastic prongs (close to the space bar) into the laptop body first, and then close keyboard onto the final position. screw back in and thats all. email@example.com for any additional questions.
I've seen this many times. A chip on the mother board didn't get the proper amount of solder during manufacturing. Now when the system heats to a certain point the chip legs actually pop up off the mother board thus stopping the PC. I've repaired these before using a microscope and a tiny heat source.