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Thread: Portege M600: keyboard issue

  1. Portege M600: keyboard issue
    #1
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    Oct 2007
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    Hi,

    My M600 just got a tiny problem (hope so) today.

    The 'x key' doesn't function well. I need to press very hard on this key to show the letter 'x'. It seems the top-left part of this key is stuck so it leans to bottom-right when I press it. How can I fix this problem?

    I'm located in Glasgow (G4 0JQ) and not sure if there is any maintenance service office here, but simply find out the nationalwide Pick-Up & Return Service for Notebooks from website. However, I prefer to handle it face to face with the engineer in couple of minutes because I assume it's not a big deal, isn't it?

    Thanks a lot,
    Ting

  2. Re: Portege M600: keyboard issue
    #2
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    Hi Ting

    What to say? You know that the best solution is ASP and eventually keyboard exchange. I really do not believe you can fix it alone.

    I recommend you to check http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com > Support & Downloads > Find an ASP. You will see where the nearest ASP is. Make a call and you will see what they will say about keyboard issue.

  3. Re: Portege M600: keyboard issue
    #3
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    Yeah i got same problem too, My "Y" key got to press hard when typing.

    I'm not sure this is about the driver, i think this is hardware case.

    Maybe I have to bring this to the service center.
    Anyone can tell me where to buy M600 keyboard spare part ??
    Thank you

  4. Re: Portege M600: keyboard issue
    #4
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    Hi

    As already suggested you can buy the spare parts from the ASP in your country!
    The link was already provided above.

    Bye

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