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|Comment||Thank you, Flinix, for your excellent explanation and answer. I got a USB keyboard to use for my laptop and see how it goes for me. If it works out well, I'm using it permanently because this is the second keyboard I installed for my laptop; the soft, squishy things under the key caps keep coming loose, and I'm sick and tired of it. I wish they'd make them more durable. When they come loose, they move around under the caps, keeping me from typing, so I resorted to using glue, and thus it shorted my keyboard. The USB keyboard seems to be fine. Anyway, thank you again. Have a great day!|
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I can answer most No POST problems, compatibility between parts, upgrade options, troubleshooting, etc. Before you ask me a question, please do some research. I do not give PC speed reviews for video games.
Many, many years of experience working with the hardware components of many types of computers including desktops, laptops, kiosk computers, and even running Windows 3.1, 95, and 98 on the PSP (Sony PlayStation Portable). I've replaced capacitors on desktop motherboards making them working like new again with a high success rate. This is my hobby/job every day.
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