Question about Compaq Presario CQ60-220US PC Laptop
Your keyboard is actually one big circuit board and the keys touch small pads under them and over time these can fail or the sensor feeding the panel under the keys can fail. Open up a word program and test each and every key on the board. If the back key is the only one then it is most likely just a failure of that key and for the time being you can use the left arrow to back up...but you will need to replace the keyboard. I believe these are non serviceable pieces and should be replaced as a whole. I'll include a link below for the service manual for that model Compaq. Just copy and paste the guide to your internet browser address bar and hit enter. File is aPDF file and will need acrobat reader of foxit reader to open. Good luck, ParrotHead PC Repair
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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