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Re: Pinning a number key back on the keyboard
TURN THE KEY OVER AND SEE IF ANY OF THE CONNECTS OR TABS ARE BROKEN. IF NOR THAN FIRMLY PLACE THE KEY PART THE BESAT TO CENTER POSTION AAAAND FIRMLY DEPRESS THE KEY DOWN UNTIL YOU FILL AND HEAR A SNAP, THE KEY WILL WORK PROPERLY AND OKAY, IF YOU DONT FILL YOU CANNOT DO THIS THAN TAKE IT TO A BEST BUY CUSTOMER SERVICE TECH AND LET THEM DO IT AND THEY SHOULDNT CHARGE YOU FOR THE HELP.
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have u tryed pulling keyboard out to do that take battery out there are 4 screws remove at the top where the power button is that should clip up gently though, if your battery loads in the front you dont need too remove screw on the bottom too get too your keyboard but on the top of the keyboard after you done that remove key board gently look at your cnnections from the thin ribin see if dirty remove to seperate from the clip its atactched and clean put back together if this dont work buy a new keyboard from ebay..
Disabling a touchpad is not required while you are using a USB mouse.
however if you wanted to do it, follow the steps given below depending on your windows
If it is XP follow the following steps
1)Right click on my computer Icon
2)Click on Manage
3)In the left side of this window click on device manager
4)In the right side of the windows you will see the device manager
5) In the device manager screen click on the plus sign adjacent to mice and other pointing devices
6)Now you should be able to see the touchpad listed there.
7) Right click on the touchpad and choose disable.
Note: remember to enable it before you disconnect your mouse, without the mouse enabling it back will be a challenge with your keyboard.
If it is vista / windows 7
Click on start or windows pearl
type device manager and click on the device manager appearing on top of the menu.
and then follow from step 5.
pop the space key off altogether using a screwdriver or any flat object, make sure the scissor clips that it connects to are not malfunctioning, you can install new clips, but popping it up and reattaching it should fix your problem