Question about HP Compaq nc6000 Notebook
Well it all depends what you want to do. There is most likely a problem with the keyboard....you can pull the affected keys off and see if something is just preventing the key mechanism underneath from being pressed down properly (dust or bits of food that get caught in there can do this)
If it's not that, it's probably a broken keyboard. You can either use an external USB keyboard (just plug it in and Windows should recognize it and be able to work) or you can try to replace the laptop keyboard.
Laptop keyboard is generally easy to replace, you just have to find all the screws to release it...once you do that (you have to order a new keyboard of the right type) once you remove the old keyboard it usually only has one connector that plugs it into the motherboard....plug it in, put it in place and replace the bezels and screws and you will probably be good to go.
If you have a local computer store or something im sure they'd be able to do it for you too. But if you want to avoid the cost of that, it's not too bad to do yourself.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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