I have all the parts but when i put the button on it dosnt feel right it takes a lot of pressure to get the button to work i cant be the parts cause there orginial parts please help i feel so bad cause my notebook dosn't work its a Travel mate 340T
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Re: my pg up and H button fell off
Is that the only problem your keyboard has is that one key? There are little rubber fittings that go under that key..almost like a rubber ring on some...If that is missing then the key won't work properly. Make sure the key is perfectly aligned when you pop it back on...uninstall the driver then reinstall it...See if that helps...
Note....notebooks are very particular with it comes to keys and alignment. Be careful
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Using keys on the lower right of the keyboard, reverse the process. For instance, if you accidentally pressed CTRL + ALT + HOME to turn orientation upside down, press CTRL + ALT + END to turn it right-side up. Likewise, if you pressed CTRL + ALT + PG UP, press its opposite, CTRL + ALT + PG DN.
I have the same problem on my lenovo laptop. Apparently it needs a new keyboard completely which is £70 dianogis charge, £212 labour charge plus parts plus vat as a keyboard is not covered by warranty!!!
Is quite easy to take a mouse apart, there is usually only one screw on the bottom which you can undo with a phillips screw driver If you see no screws on the underside of the mouse they might be underneath the little rubber pads on the underside of the mouse. Once the screw is out the mouse should split into 2 parts, the top half containig the buttons that you wish to clean. All the mouse buttons are normally connected together on one flimsy bit of plastic that can break easily so be really carefull getting the buttons out. On most models of mouse the buttons will just pop out together with a little gentle pressur or wiggling, try and remember exactly what you do as you dissasemble the mouse as this will make re-assembly a lot easier Would not reccomend this with an optical mouse(the ones with the red light on the underside) good luck!
hey This could be a little difficult to explain.. coz the white ring acts as a spring and putting it back on is not hard but difficult to explain.
See first of all on an acer laptop a key has 3 components the key the white thing (which holds the key in place) and a black soft thingy (which actually gets pressed wen u press a button and acts like a spring) first of all the white ring can be removed and refixed easily . Youll see 4 small hook like structures on the palce where key needs to be placed ... first place the white ring over there, the white ring has 2 things which come into one another. (try referring to the key where in the white ring is still in place). now if the black spring like thingy is removed from its place, place it in the center of the ring and put the key on, try moving the key a little, if the key and white ring are put correctly, this will produce a click like sound showing the key is locked by the white ring .. if the white ring is dismantled into 2 parts it could be a little tricky to put them back on.. in that case i guess ull have to check a fixed ring and try and replicate the same for this key
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If there any lights on the mouse when you put new batteries in the mouse? If yes then you can still fix it. On the usb controller of you mouse it will have a button on it. Press that button first and then press the button under the mouse. Repeat a few times and see if mouse responses. Then if nothing happens, unplug the usb controller and place it into another port. Repeat the above process and see what happens. Should work fine.
GOt the same keyboard and trying it right now, and must say feel kind of weird and I'm a good typer. Sometimes keys won't work, then you have to press them several times and then they work and it's like it never was a problem; this looks to me like a reception/processing problem, not mechanical in the keys themselves. Mouse is OK so far, just don't like the feel of the two side buttons (back and forth) on the left, because they feel wobbly and screechy and cheap, not comfortable.
Mouse roller is good, and keys on the board have a soft sound when you type, both things that I like. The keys are like notebook keys. And the board is nice and small and sleek, and takes up a lot less space than the wireless logitech combo I also have.