Fixing a broken key

I got a new notebook. I decided to pick up the HP Pavillion tx2500 convertible notebook. I was looking at some netbooks including an Asus EePC or the HP MiniNote. But there was a pretty good deal on the tx2500 at the time, I couldn’t the resist the larger screen or the tablet. I’ve actually been using the tablet mode to surf the net very frequently. It’s very nice to see more of a longer view of the page.

i did run into one little problem though. After a couple of times of use, one of the keys fell of. I was able to snap it back into place temporarily, but it continued to fall off. It was very annoying, this needed to be fixed, but I didn’t want to have to send the notebook in for something that looks to be a simple thing to fix. So, I had to look it up. Found a good site that explains how you, if you’re gutsy enough, can fix that pesky key problem for yourself.

September 17, 2008 09:09 PM Gadgets and Hardware


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