From the 'h and over to the left and the bottom left are messing up, when i push 'h' or 'g' i get 'gh' 's' or 'z' i get 'zs' 'a' i get 'a\' 'c' i get 'c=' ' v ' or 'n' i get 'vn' 'b' or 'x' i get 'xb' 'f' i get '=f ' 'd' i get '=d' left 'shift key' i get '=' and when i press the pace bar i get ' . . . . .' i am using an on-screen keyboard right now........please help!!!!! also, there was nothing spilled on it, it was fine and thn it just started doing this.
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theres screw holes in the bottom of the the laptop and 2 or 3 have a "K" next to the hole. The "K" stands for KEYBOARD. undo those and then right above the "F" series of keys (F-1 F-2 F-3) etc there is 4 tabs evenly spaced out from left to right and u push them towards the monitor and the keyboard will pop right out. DON'T PULL ON THE KEYBOARD AFTER IT"S FREE!!! Its attached to the mother board by a 2inch wide electrical strap. U can undo that on the mother board side only. Be carefull it's very fragile and sensitive to humans messing with it. Installation is the reverse of these instructions. Hope it works out for you.
You may have messed up the keys. Did you flex the keyboard much when you took it out? You may also have not connected it right. Try taking it off and putting it back on. Is it a ribbon cable or a clamp type of connector? If it is ribbon and you are putting the ribbon into a connector and pushing a door down you may not have gotten it in the connector straight.
They may have removed the keys to clean the keyboard and placed them back in the wrong spot.
Check the keys against another beyboard and see if the keys have been placed in the wrong spot.
Take it back to the people/company that did the work and tell then the keyboard is not working properly.
The keyboard is fairly easy to get off. At the top there is a plate that covers the switches; on the left there is a tiny hole that you use a paper clip to push down gently and unlock a catch (like on a CD-ROM drive door). While gently pushing down, slide the entire cover to the right, and then lift it out. This will loosen the top edge of the keyboard; lift from the top edge and push toward the screen, and the tabs at the bottom edge will slide out of their sockets. The keyboard mylar flat cable will have some sticky stuff on it, so be careful when lifting the keyboard not to tear the keyboard cable.
Once you get the keyboard off, you can also remove the CD-ROM drive (two screws, silver and black).
To get at the hard drive, which comes out of the top of the case, from under the keyboard palm rest, you take out the battery, and the three screws on the bottom side of the case nearest the front edge. Then you can pop off the black keyboard palm rest below the keyboard. Be careful to not damage the cable connecting the touchpad to the mobo; it has a little plastic connector. The HD has three screws holding it in, including one on the adapter that attaches the IDE connector to the mobo.
ok listen listen the answer is this the other memory is right under the keyboard. turn the lappy upside down the screws that hold the keyboard in are the ones mark with two triangle then open the lappy like you would normally for operation use a screw driver flat head is good put it between the bottom left or right corner better yet put it in line withe the down arrow key push the keyboard up as though you are pushing the function key closerto the top then pluck up the keyboard gently as you would a tin of paint gently a cable is there that connect the keyboard to the motherboard disconnect install the memory then work the steps backward