Question about HP Pavilion dv4307CL Notebook
About 6 months back my laptop dv4307CL keyboard and touchpad stopped working. But I can connect external keyboard and mouse through USB and able to use the laptop.
When I sent for warranty, they figured there were ants inside and not covered and asked me to replace the motherboard. When I said ok, they changed and said still the keyboard and touch pad not working and asked more money which is equivalent to get a new laptop.
Now is there anyway I can replace the motherboard and make the keyboard and mouse work?
Any idea to replace with less cost would be appreciated.
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.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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