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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Laptop keyboards do deteriorate from time to time. Once any key stops working, it is time for a replacement. Doing so is not difficult. Simply undo the case screws and gently separate the case to expose the keyboard. The keyboard floats inside and lays in the main board. Lift gently and pull out the small flat wire connection. The keyboard slides out and replace with a new board. Place flat cable in port on the main board, lay keyboard on top of chassis, close the top/bottom of case, tighten screws and all done. Go on line for Keyboards.
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.
If you take all those tiny screws out of the bottom of the keyboard you'll see a circuitboard with three copper "design" spots(usually 3) under the spacebar..........the ones NOT in the center of the spacebar are dirty. You could use some alcohol or acetone to clean the outside "designs".....(warning) Acetone will damage plastic!!!!!!!! there are a lot of rubber caps that WILL fall out of place when you turn it over) (the actual keys could fall out too) (Be careful when you take off the bottom of the keyboard!!!!) Clean the ones that align with the SPACEBAR!!!! Dont touch or clean anything else that wasn't working....... Gently place the bottom back on and screw down the bottom cover with a cross pattern.....(left>right...top>bottom).....If this dosn't work....the best part is that a new keyboard........is fairly cheap....mtg