Question about HP Compaq Evo n610c Notebook
This is not softwre problem go to your service center and change keyboard
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
Depends on the age/use of the device.
If well used ore to do with the board.
Are you able to ix it I guess you are thinking.
Well I will explain what need to be done and you decide.
The keys press down on a rubber like sheet with indentation with a magnetic spot in the middle.
When you press the key it presses on the indent pushing it to contacts on a circuit board.
These contact can lose their connectivity. but can be restored with taking off the sheet and cleaning in warm water. and dying thoroughly.
It means however total dismantling the machine from the bottom up and the sheet will be the last bit before the keys,
Or send it to a repair shop
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
Replace the keyboard.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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