Just need to remove the two screws on the rear marked KBD then turn the computer over and unclip the 7 tabs around the keyboard - 3 at the front and 2 either side, then carefully pull the keyboard up and towards you to release it at the back.
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As a rule of thumb: for laptops/notebooks/netbooks the CMOS battery is located under the keyboard. So you have to remove the keyboard in order to reach the CMOS battery. Here I've found for you a nice video that will show you everything in detail.
Go to download "Samsung Magic Doctor" (for Vista) from : http://www.samsung.com/hk_en/support/detail/supportPrdDetail.do?menu=SP01&prd_ia_cd=05012400&prd_mdl_cd=&prd_mdl_name=NP-R60#
Or, directly from : http://org.downloadcenter.samsung.com/downloadfile/ContentsFile.aspx?CDSite=HK_EN&CttFileID=1567478&CDCttType=SW&ModelType=N&ModelName=NP-R60&VPath=SW/200808/20080821115652203_Samsung_Magic_Doctor_184.108.40.206.zip
What OS are you running? XP, Vista, 7, etc? In Control Panel where you see the yellow exclamation mark, right click and select Update Driver. When it asks where to find the driver, tell it to search the internet. If it does not update, then go to the Samsung website to locate the drivers for your computer and OS.
Have a look around the edges of your lapto pto try and find a wireless switch, if its not there then it may be on your keyboard usually you have to press FN then another key to enable it. if its not this them it could be turned off in the BIOS or you may have a corrupt driver. Cant direct you to the exact location of the switch it will be there just have a real good search around and on the keyboard . Hope this helps
Gently press each hinge cover at the rear of the unit where it meets the base unit (You'll see a joint in the plastic) and get a satisfying click as it lifts. Carefully open the unit almost flat (- careful!) and use a small rounded watchmaker's or preferably similar dimension plastic / wood implement to lift the hinge through the hinge recesses until the switch/indicator plate clicks out at each edge. Then gently use light pressure to remove the rest of the plate away from the keyboard top side. There is a lifting point above the keyboard between the Pause and Insert keys if you need to apply a little extra pressure. There are several moulded clip pieces along the front (keyboard edge of the plate). There are no screws or wired connectors underneath - so lift away. There are two screws underneath the case which hold the keyboard in one either side of the CD/DVD drive locating screw. Turn the machine back over and locate the three plastic lugs in th case at the lower edge of the keyboard. Located near CTRL, Spacebarcentre and Down Cursor keys, gently press each one towards the front of the machine with a flat edged implement starting centrally at the same time carefully lifting the keyboard unit. There is a flat ribbon cable connected underneath don't tug it but manouver the keyboard so that you can release it properly.
Replacement is an exact reversal of the removal process - use gentle care and firmly placed pressure to click the various plastic lugs int place.
Now ... about that spilt milk in the keyboard .....!