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Anonymous
a b D Laptop
December 9, 2004 8:49:45 PM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq (More info?)

Hi All: I have and old Comapq Armada (7400 I think) with a defective
keyboard. It is a eral pian because the keys don't always register,
particularly the space bar and shift key.
If I take this machine appart, will I be able to clean or repair the
keyboard?
Anonymous
a b D Laptop
December 10, 2004 10:43:05 AM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq (More info?)

Finite Guy wrote:
Hi All: I have and old Compaq Armada (7400 I think) with a defective
keyboard. It is a real pian because the keys don't always register,
particularly the space bar and shift key. If I take this machine apart, will
I be able to clean or repair the keyboard?

Hello

I also have a Compaq Armada 7400 and two to three years ago had the same
problem. I got it fixed by a tech. who was doing some other work for me. I
did not personally see what he did, but he told me one common problem is
that the connecting point between the keyboard and the computer comes loose
& just needs to be pulled apart, cleaned and popped back in. May not be the
cause of your problem but would think it is worth a try.

If you need the technical manual to assist, a person in another group very
kindly provided me with pages I needed - in PDF format - when I had another
problem . I still have his address details but as a newish subscriber to
newsgroups I don't know if I would be "doing the wrong thing" if I post that
info. Perhaps you could post your message and my reply, to that group & he
will respond - his name is Graeme. I monitor both groups so I will see what
happens. Assuming you can access the other group, it is called:- comp.laptop
If you cannot access it, reply here and I'll follow up for you.

Echy
Regards from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
http://www.visitvictoria.com/
Anonymous
a b D Laptop
December 13, 2004 11:49:42 PM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq (More info?)

Echy:

Thank you very much for your reply. Unfortunately I can not access
comp.laptop. Is it possible to email me the pdf file?

Thanks

Robert


On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 07:43:05 +1100, "Echuca"
<acuhce@REMOVEoptusnet.com.au> wrote:

>Finite Guy wrote:
>Hi All: I have and old Compaq Armada (7400 I think) with a defective
>keyboard. It is a real pian because the keys don't always register,
>particularly the space bar and shift key. If I take this machine apart, will
>I be able to clean or repair the keyboard?
>
>Hello
>
>I also have a Compaq Armada 7400 and two to three years ago had the same
>problem. I got it fixed by a tech. who was doing some other work for me. I
>did not personally see what he did, but he told me one common problem is
>that the connecting point between the keyboard and the computer comes loose
>& just needs to be pulled apart, cleaned and popped back in. May not be the
>cause of your problem but would think it is worth a try.
>
>If you need the technical manual to assist, a person in another group very
>kindly provided me with pages I needed - in PDF format - when I had another
>problem . I still have his address details but as a newish subscriber to
>newsgroups I don't know if I would be "doing the wrong thing" if I post that
>info. Perhaps you could post your message and my reply, to that group & he
>will respond - his name is Graeme. I monitor both groups so I will see what
>happens. Assuming you can access the other group, it is called:- comp.laptop
>If you cannot access it, reply here and I'll follow up for you.
>
>Echy
>Regards from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
>http://www.visitvictoria.com/
>
Anonymous
a b D Laptop
December 14, 2004 6:32:40 PM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq (More info?)

Hello Robert

Will forward to you shortly. It is only an extract of the full tech. manual,
but it does cover removing the keyboard. If you need any other pages tell me
as I'm sure I can get them from Graeme - he was extremely helpful. Good luck
with it.

Echy
Regards from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
http://www.visitvictoria.com/



Finite Guy wrote:
:: Echy:
::
:: Thank you very much for your reply. Unfortunately I can not access
:: comp.laptop. Is it possible to email me the pdf file?
::
:: Thanks
::
:: Robert
::
::
:: On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 07:43:05 +1100, "Echuca"
:: <acuhce@REMOVEoptusnet.com.au> wrote:
::
::: Finite Guy wrote:
::: Hi All: I have and old Compaq Armada (7400 I think) with a defective
::: keyboard. It is a real pian because the keys don't always register,
::: particularly the space bar and shift key. If I take this machine
::: apart, will I be able to clean or repair the keyboard?
:::
::: Hello
:::
::: I also have a Compaq Armada 7400 and two to three years ago had
::: the same problem. I got it fixed by a tech. who was doing some
::: other work for me. I did not personally see what he did, but he
::: told me one common problem is that the connecting point between the
::: keyboard and the computer comes loose & just needs to be pulled
::: apart, cleaned and popped back in. May not be the cause of your
::: problem but would think it is worth a try.
:::
::: If you need the technical manual to assist, a person in another
::: group very kindly provided me with pages I needed - in PDF format -
::: when I had another problem . I still have his address details but
::: as a newish subscriber to newsgroups I don't know if I would be
::: "doing the wrong thing" if I post that info. Perhaps you could post
::: your message and my reply, to that group & he will respond - his
::: name is Graeme. I monitor both groups so I will see what happens.
::: Assuming you can access the other group, it is called:- comp.laptop
::: If you cannot access it, reply here and I'll follow up for you.
:::
::: Echy
::: Regards from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
::: http://www.visitvictoria.com/
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