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Old September 15th 20, 09:00 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
Big Al[_5_]
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Default How to clean up a white keyboard?

On 9/15/20 3:38 PM, this is what Frank Slootweg wrote:
Ken Blake wrote:

I'm different in this respect from almost all the rest of you. If my
keyboard gets old and and dirty, I just toss it out and buy a new one.
They're inexpensive, unless you want a very fancy expensive one; I don't.

I would like to do that too. The problem is that the rest of the
laptop is attached to it! :-)

(Yes, I know I could attach an external keyboard, but that makes it
quite akward. But if push comes to shove, I might have to do that. One
key (escape) already broken (and remapped), another (which can - for all
intents and purposes - not be remapped) getting flaky. Knocking on wood
with fingers crossed.)


Keyboards on some laptops are not that hard to replace. I've had 4 over the past 15 years and I've had them all apart and other than no
keyboard issues, I could have slipped on in easy as pie. Getting one might be the issue.


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