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Have a replacement kb K000026590 a Tosh Sat M65-E821 (PSM60U-0CR021). I have no instructions as to how to be the top of the the case off - short of jimmying w/ an sdrvr. Help pleaaase!

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Hi this is how it is done in a HP laptop

i hope it helps you out

Remove the keyboard

  1. Loosen the four captive P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the keyboard to the base enclosure.
  2. Turn the notebook right side up and open the display panel fully.
  3. Use a flat-bladed tool or your finger to lift the top edge of the keyboard and then place it upside down on the top cover.
  4. Using minimal force, lift the locking bar to unlock the pointing stick ZIF connector on the system board (only on models with a pointing stick). CAUTION: Use care to prevent damaging the ZIF connector and ribbon cable.
  5. Remove the pointing stick ribbon cable from the ZIF connector.
  6. Using minimal force, flip the locking bar up to unlock the keyboard ZIF connector on the system board.
All the best

AJ

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

  • Abhishek Jha Jun 05, 2008

    you can also see a video in this link

    http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/Tec...


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