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Philips x55p laptop h12y

I need to removal my keyboard how do you do this?

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  • rioking Dec 01, 2007

    I am a real amateur my laptop is a philips x55p pink laptop and I still need to know how to remove the keyboard if you can help?
    Rio

  • candgcoaches Jul 03, 2008

    split coke on keyboard and several keys not operative - the one, double-u. Need to take keyboard out to examine, and replace if necessary. Does anyone have any advice, and if irrepairable any idea of supplies of replacement keyboards?

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Just done it myself there are little black lugs which secure the keyboard in place.

Look down on the key board and you will see them at the top edge and sides (above keys esc&F1,F5&F6 and so on), just push them in and the key board will pop out.

Anyone know where I can get a motherboard for this machine?

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Wow a generic question to a world of responses, my friend, depending on the Laptop, I dunno the brand or hardware setting, you have to open the top cover, and gently disconect the port cable to the MOBO, thats it! then reconnect the new one, but do this carefully.
Carl

Posted on Nov 15, 2007

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    Carlos L. Burgos Dec 01, 2007

    Hi again rioking

    You have to look for some screwdrivers, and see them near the top cover, or down the laptop, carefully take it out all the drivers, and then proceed carefully to take out the keyboard.

    Good Luck!

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