Question about Computers & Internet
There should be a bezel or an entire part of the front of your laptop should prop open without screws but with patience.
I don't know what your laptop looks like but it should be similar to step 6 here:
Once you get that open, there should be 2 screws securing the keyboard. Usually they are located in the front. But Sometimes they are located in the back. So maybe you need to open some back compartments to get to the 2 screws.
Becareful when you take out the keyboard there is a ribbon cord that you need to disconnect, don't break that.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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