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Talking keyboard on monitor

I can't remove talking keyboard from monitor

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Goto control panel - add/remove programs and remove any programs about the keyboard. Goto control panel - system - device hardware and uninstall the keyboard. reboot

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TOSHIBA U925T LCD replacement guide?

Well it is not that hard as it seams to be. First catch at Toshiba is plastic overlay above the keyboard it is cca 10 mm thick you should remove it with the screw driver carefuly. when removed you'll find screws unscrew them. After that remove hard drive and remove the cover for ram slots. Then remove all screws from the bottom side of the notebook. After that turn the notebook on the right side as you would do it normaly when using it. Remove the keyboard. After that remove all screws that you'll find under the keyboard. When done carefully remove the upper cover of the notebook. After that dismount the cables that come from the monitor to the mainboard and remove the screws holding the monitor brackets. Then you'll be able to remove the monitor. The monitor has litle rubber circles in every corner remove them. You'll find screws under them. Unscrew them and grab the plastic border of the monitor from the inner side and pull it towards you. So now you have removed it and the only thing that has left is to remove the side brackets you'll see little screws from the side - remove them and also remove the signal cable from the back of the monitor. When done take new monitor and do the reverse procedure.

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How to hook a keyboard

What type of keyboard are you talking about? Are you talking about replacing the current keyboard with another one in it's place? Or are you talking about just plugging a usb keyboard into one of the USB Ports on the laptop?

You can just place a big desktop type usb keyboard into one of the laptop's usb port and it will work.

If you want to replace the existing laptop keyboard with another laptop keyboard you will have to take some parts off. Remove the power cord, remove the battery, turn the laptop over and start removing screws from the battery case and from the bottom of the laptop. Pay close attention to screws that might have the icon of a keyboard on them (they hold the keyboard in place). You might not have to remove the memory, hardrive or dvd drive to get the keyboard out. Turn the laptop back over and open the lid. Remove the strip that is above the keyboard carefully because there might be a cable under it. Remove any screws that the strip had under it that holds the keyboard. The keyboard might have little catches on the side that helps keep it in place so work with one side to free the keyboard. Once you have one side the other side will simply lift off. Be careful because the keyboard has a cable under it that is attached to the board that you will remove from the board.

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I need to know how to change a emachine e440-1680 laptop keyboard.

Should be able to remove the shroud of the top of the keyboard (the long piece right infront of the monitor) with a screwdriver. Once that is removed there should be 2 screws revealed. Remove these scres and slide the keyboard towards the monitor and pull up. There should be a data ribbon connected, disconnect that and you have the keyboard out. Attach the new data ribbon from the new keyboard, slide it into place, put the scres in, reattach the shroud and your done! it's actually pretty easy.

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My computer seems to boot up fine but my monitor says no signal and my keyboard doesnt work

You can try tighten up the cable behind the monitor or disconnect the cables and reconnect. You can try another monitor to see whether the mother board and the cable works. Some settings in BIOS may be changed to use on-board video card (the one embeded on the mother board, which is connected on the ports out of the card slots) on your computer so make sure it is using the graphic card that is connected to the monitor. For keyboard, if may be mechanic issue on port or keys or cables if you will not see anything wrong about the keyboard. You can try to use another USB port if it is an USB keyboard or use a USB/PS2 converter if the PS2 keyboard port is not working. If it is a PS2 keyboard, you can check whether the pins are bent and reconnect it. Sometimes that helps. If it is a wireless keyboard, then you will need to fix the monitor and then maybe fix the driver and stuff. You can remove all objects beneath the keys by putting it upside down and shake it or use a blower.

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My monitor will not stay on, it goes on sleep mode

Your problem may be due to the sleep button in your keyboard may got struct into when you cleaned your keyboard.
Try to resolve the struct in the keys, if any.
Restart your system and if still your problem persists, then remove your keyboard and restart your computer and try with some other keyboard if possible. Once if you find out that the problem is with your keyboard, then replace the keyboard / service the existing one.'

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Need instruction for keyboard removal

You need to remove the keyboard from your laptop?

  1. Open the monitor and push it all the way back so it is at 180 degrees to the keyboard
  2. There is a plastic strip above the keyboard that you will need to remove. start at the right hand side where there will be a small gap where you can prise it off
  3. undo the screws holding the keyboard in place
  4. Lift out the keyboard and remove the cable

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Keyboard and now monitor work when they want to

Its not problem with key board.
your RAM has become weak to start normal windows
get your RAM replaced
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Acer aspire 3000

There are 3 screw behind the laptop, on the back of the screen hinges. Remove them then open the laptop, and with your finger nails, lift the power cover closest to the screen, it will then raise and you will be able to remove the keyboard.

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Monitor removal

Ok then,  it;s a screwdriver job,


you need to remove the facia plate above the keyboard, and the keyboard itself,


this should get you a visual on the connections for the monitor,  the support screws for the monitor are in the hinges, (the covers for the hinges will need to be removed,

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