Had some coffee spilt onto the keyboard, not much but seemingly enough to kill that part of it.Still starts up ok, and the touchpad works. But the keyboard is completely dead.I suppose I could plug a USB keyboard in, but that would be cumbersome.If anyone has any hope for it I would be grateful for their advice, but personally I think its had it.
Sorry, title should read netbook, not netboot.
try here.click here
Chances are its shorted out,im actually surprised it boots up ventanas.What model laptop,maybe we can find a manual on how to strip it down and find a replacement as long as the mobo is not damaged.
or here.have fun.click here
It's an Advent, but the actual model no escapes me (It's at home).It's similar to this one. click hereI'll get the correct model tonight. Thanks skidzy.
I cannot find anything to help with that lappy and keyboard removal,probably as they are quite new.This may help to give some idea click hereI know i tried to strip down an Advent last year,but could not move the two plastic clips holding the keyboard in place...so gave up.
OK, back again. I guessed right, it is a 4490, and only two months old. I've just tried plugging a keyboard in, and it didn't work, so must assume the mobo is finished. I will bin it I think.I picked up an Advent 4213 this afternoon to replace it. With this one I can use my mobile sim card to access the net, it has a sim socket built in.Thanks for your help skidzy.
AH!!! but does it have a handy gadget to sit your coffee mug in...
" I will bin it I think ".Have you thought of an insurance claim ?I have had the same thing happen to me in the past,and the insurance paid out ok.If you are seriously are going to bin it,pm me first please.
Your so nasty you ol git :-))) one sugar or two ! :-))
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