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    sony vaio

    My kids spilled coke on my laptop keyboard, the left hand side caps,tab, shift control buttns dont work, is there anyway of dismantling this keyboard to clean the problem...

    regards

    Taff


    regards Taff

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    Heres the instructions m8.

    When u remove it wash it well in warm water (no soup or detergent). Put it somewhere warm overnight if possible. I know u already know this but i'll say it anyway. !!!!MAKE SURE ITS DRY B4 PUTTIN IT BACK IN.!!!!

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    Here's another tutorial for the keyboard m8 :-

    http://blog.andrewwatters.com/vaio/




    @notmeatall3 how did you create a hyperlink, where you've put HERE clicking that goes to the webpage how did you make that? if you dont mind me asking

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    @notmeatall3 how did you create a hyperlink, where you've put HERE clicking that goes to the webpage how did you make that? if you dont mind me asking [/QUOTE]

    No worries 4 asking m8. My knowledge is here to be shared.

    When u compose a post u can create a masked hyperlink 2 ways.

    1) highlight the text u want to be a hyperlink and hit the insert link

    2) Alternatively u can insert link the normal way but then edit the link like this.

    http://www.google.co.uk

    Change to

    Here

    Attachment 15312

    Just Play around and use the [Preview Post] button. Dont be afraid to click links on the Preview cause they open up in a new window. I try to always make sure my links work b4 I click [Submit Reply Button]

    Hope this helps m8
    Last edited by notmeatall3; 4th October 2007 at 12:34.

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    link here


    Thankyou notmeatall3 got the hang of it now m8 cheers

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    Thanks for the replies, following your excellant guide I was able to remove my keyboard, although I had to remove 3 crews not 1, I lifted the tabs and removed ribbon cable, I am now soaking the keyboard in a warm water solution and will remove it in about 30 mins and place somewhere warm overnight to thoroughly dry.

    Thanks again and I will let you know how I get off

    regards

    Taff


    regards Taff

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