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 keyboard itself or motherboard problem
Edmundhdiasu
Posted: May 10 2013, 06:53 AM


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I am in possession of a Dell Inspiron 1440, and on the built in keyboard only certain keys work (Fine with USB keyboard). I took it apart and used some compressed air to clean it, and then when I reconnected the Acer ONE Netbook 531 (Black) Keyboard , some of the keys were still not working, but they were different keys. For instance the A key worked fine before I took the computer apart, but is now disfunctional, while the X key currently works, but didn't before.

I am not totally sure what this means, whether its the ribbon cable, motherboard, or the notebook itself, and I would love some kind of confirmation on which one is causing the problem is such a thing is available.

Also, I had never taken the computer apart before the keyboard broke the first time around if that help. Thank you for your time
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