NOT POLITICS related but computer related.

I would post this on the world’s greatest online repository of knowledge, but seeing as it has a readership of around two I will post this here.

Yesterday I spilled some juice on my laptop’s keyboard and some of the buttons are slightly stick as well as the right, erm, clicker for the mouse.

So now, I bleg of the Peach Punditites, how can I repair these cheaply/on my own or must I go to a shop for repairs?

6 comments

  1. rugby_fan says:

    Maybe hopefully the juice didn’t get too deep into the keys and its only surface sticky?

    Another question; how do I back up my iTunes library so that when I do what must be done to the machine I don’t lose what is on my iPod?

  2. Bull Moose says:

    I’ve actually done that too… Don’t fret… Replacing the keyboard is the CHEAPEST thing to replace on your laptop. Just call your computer manufacturer and order a new keyboard.

    I have a Dell and it cost me about $9 to replace the keyboard!

    Good luck!

  3. Joshua Patterson says:

    iTunes has a built in backup function, look under “File”. Hope you have a DVD burner, it would take a lot of CD’s.

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