Question about Toshiba Satellite A55-S1066 Notebook
I want to remove the keyboard on my Presario R3000, Do I have to take the mother board etc out? or is there an easy way to do this? I am trying to access the memory module on the mother board but can't get the mother board out. Looks like the keyboard must come out but i can't see how.
I have a toshiba satellite A55-S1064. the keyboard doesn't work, only th space bar and "y" buttons work. what ca i do. do i need to replace it? if so, how do i remove the keyboard?
Usually you can remove the panel right above the keyboard, this will allow you to access the keyboard screws. The keyboard should swing up allowing you to unplug and remove it.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
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