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Re: HP dv4307cl keyboard replacement
There is no easy way to say it really; you need to take the laptop apart basically! I have just replaced mine on my compaq which is also designed by HP. Once you remove the top part of the laptop from the bottom, this is achieved by removing all the screws, your keyboard will be pretty easy to get to. There will be a connection to the motherboard, which will unplug easily, that's the only connection; remove the old keyboard, which you must also unscrew, place the new one in, connect it to the laptop (the connection will only connect one way or will be simple to determine) and screw the laptop back together. Job done. If you need help along the way just email me firstname.lastname@example.org and I will guide you through.
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Ants in the motherboard, Are they on Drugs ?
The keypad, connects to the motherboard via an additional ribbon cable usually, so it,s not always a motherboard issue.
i think they saw you coming, and just trying to make a fast buck.
If the externals working fine, carry on with them and save your money for another laptop.
When you buy a new 1, take it to whoever told you there were ants, in the motherboard, and bounce it straight off the back of his head.
Mike @ compurepair.
Each laptop PC has screws on the bottom of the Laptop. They are labled on the shell at the bottom of the computer next to the screw. Depending on the Manufacturer! If you go to HP.com place your PC information in under the service and support, it has a detailed guide on how to replace your keyboard! If you need help let me know!