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HP Mini 210 Keyboard Replacement

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Replace the keyboard to improve the keyboard response of your HP Mini 210.

  • Auteur: Heather Freed
  • Geschatte tijd: 10 - 20 minuten
  • Moeilijkheid: Gemiddeld

This guide will show you how to install a keyboard from the backside of the netbook. You want to replace your keyboard if you are experiencing any keyboard malfunctions, such as a slow or non-existent response from the keyboard to the computer. The keyboard does not require too much disassembly of the laptop, and it should take no time at all to repair.

Stap 1 Keyboard  ¶ 

Using a screwdriver, remove the three 6.6 mm screws highlighted with the red circles in the first picture above. Using a screwdriver, remove the three 6.6 mm screws highlighted with the red circles in the first picture above. Using a screwdriver, remove the three 6.6 mm screws highlighted with the red circles in the first picture above.

Stap 1 Keyboard  ¶ 

  • Using a screwdriver, remove the three 6.6 mm screws highlighted with the red circles in the first picture above.

Stap 2  ¶ 

Once you have removed the screws, flip the netbook over so that the keyboard is now facing upwards.  Open the screen as far back as the netbook allows. Using a prying tool, lift upwards and remove the plastic casing that covers the spaces around the keys of the keyboard.

Stap 2  ¶ 

  • Once you have removed the screws, flip the netbook over so that the keyboard is now facing upwards. Open the screen as far back as the netbook allows.

  • Using a prying tool, lift upwards and remove the plastic casing that covers the spaces around the keys of the keyboard.

  • Be careful when removing the plastic casing.

Stap 3  ¶ 

After removing the plastic casing surrounding the keys, carefully lift the full keyboard from the netbook using a plastic opening tool. Do not yank the keyboard out. The keyboard is attached to the netbook through a ribbon cable, which needs to remain undamaged in order for the new keyboard to properly connect with the netbook. Do not yank the keyboard out. The keyboard is attached to the netbook through a ribbon cable, which needs to remain undamaged in order for the new keyboard to properly connect with the netbook.

Stap 3  ¶ 

  • After removing the plastic casing surrounding the keys, carefully lift the full keyboard from the netbook using a plastic opening tool.

  • Do not yank the keyboard out. The keyboard is attached to the netbook through a ribbon cable, which needs to remain undamaged in order for the new keyboard to properly connect with the netbook.

Stap 4  ¶ 

Be very gentle with the ZIF connector! It is designed to be locked into the motherboard, so make sure you lift the retaining latch before attempting to disconnect it. Lift the latch on the ZIF (zero insertion-force) connector using a plastic opening tool. The ZIF connector is located on the motherboard and is connected to the keyboard through the ribbon cable. Disconnect the ribbon cable from the ZIF connector on the motherboard by lifting it up and out; this completely removes the keyboard.

Stap 4  ¶ 

  • Be very gentle with the ZIF connector! It is designed to be locked into the motherboard, so make sure you lift the retaining latch before attempting to disconnect it.

  • Lift the latch on the ZIF (zero insertion-force) connector using a plastic opening tool. The ZIF connector is located on the motherboard and is connected to the keyboard through the ribbon cable.

  • Disconnect the ribbon cable from the ZIF connector on the motherboard by lifting it up and out; this completely removes the keyboard.