Question about HP Pavilion zd8000 Notebook
The cursor has been jumping around like mad when I type...I am not hitting the pad with my thumbs or hands...I removed the battery. I finally installed a new hard drive...to no avail. Nothing has helped. I have read that I need to unplug the keyboard, clean the plug and plug it back in. I cannot get the keyboard unplugged. Is there a trick to it?
Is there anything else you can suggest as to what the issue is with the cursor movement? I have not been able to use this laptop for months for anything other than gaming. I am ready to chuck it in the garbage!
You just need to replace the keyboard and or the palmrest assembly.
It's a hardware issue that's all.
Post another question to see if someone has a service guide for this model.
Or google to see if you can find one yourself.
Parts are relatively cheap and easy to find on eBay.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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