I would have to edit every post!
January 9, 2016 5:58pm CST
At my old keyboard, the letters are just bits of what once was a white line. I didn´t care much as I never used it. But now that my laptop is dead, I have to use this one all the time. And sometimes I see a U instead of an I or a p instead of an o. Today, my friend Dixie came and took my laptop to the technician she knows. I hope he can fix it. Meanwhile, I will try to find an old white marker and write down the letters of the keyboard. When it is dry, an carefully, I will cover it with tranparent nail polish. Do you fix your old keyboards or do you just buy another one?
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10 Jan 16
I'd probably just smash it against our concrete post no seriously instead of using markers and nail polish, a neater way to do it is cut letters from a thick and smooth magazine, paste it on the keyboard, apply pvc or Elmer"s glue and wait for it to dry and form to a hard transparent film. I seldom buy. one of the things i do is buy junk and scraps so there's a lot i can reuse from our junk yard.
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11 Jan 16
@marguicha I do everything online from shopping and all. I can't find a key board cheaper. if I could I would get it. But,on the other side of the coin I don't know how to install it myself either and I am sure I am paying for his time. My mom never thought she would pay $50 to fix her computer. But,with the $100's she was making it was a no brainer.