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You don't need any drivers. Laptops and desktops use an internal win device driver. You can actually find the file called keyboard.sys
What you need in your case in a new keyboard. For your Travelmate they sell for about $50. It takes maybe 10 minutes to change it out. This is something you can do at home. Look on you tube for something like laptop keyboard replace and you can see the process and decide if it is something worth trying. If you google or bing or whatever for travelmate 2410 keyboard or laptop parts you can find several dozen sources. If you look they will have instructions or videos for your travelmate.
<p>Laptops are ideal for business and personal use by its
compact size and capabilities. Bluetooth technology in combination with a
notebook PC extends its use and effectiveness. The Acer TravelMate 2420 comes
equipped with Bluetooth and can be functional in a few steps. <br />
<p>1. Download Bluetooth driver in the Resources section. <br />
<p>2. Follow the instructions to install the driver for your
Acer TravelMate 2420. <br />
<p>3. Press the "Bluetooth Communication" button on
the front of the computer. The button is located on the left side of the
"Wireless Communication" button. The light will remain lit to
indicate that Bluetooth is ready to run on your computer. There will also be a
Bluetooth icon visible on your screen. <br />
<p>4. Prepare your paired Bluetooth device. Acer TravelMate
2420 is ready to connect to your Bluetooth device. <br />
Try "1" or "/" or "A" or some messy combination of keys because it seems like you probably had a typo during setting the new password. Try "Spacebar" try "]" or "[" etc for a password, if you can figure it out you can reset it to nothing again just be careful. Otherwise research acer travelmate bios password removal. Also that computer is kind of old, so if there's nothing on it of importance, I'd replace it. If you need data try your friendly computer shop.