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Help hi i have a packardbell a8 laptop notebook i need information on how to get into it so i can change my keybord and put a new one in

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Generally laptops have screws on the bottom that are marked with a symbol of a tiny keyboard or a " K" inside a circle, this means its a screw that holds in the keyboard. It may also be like a dell where you have to pop off part of the frame where the keyboard meets the base of the screen, and then theres like 2 screws under there. Go with caution as the plastic is usually fragile.

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