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Laptop won't start after installing new keyboard

I installed a new keyboard and now my computer won't start. Before I ordered the new keyboard I removed the old keyboard because it had broken keys and when I realized it would be a few days until the new keyboard would show up I replaced it and it didn't work then, I forgot to replace a screw, I replaced it and then all of a sudden it worked but, now I've installed the new one and it doesn't work.

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    scatmancomet Jul 15, 2012

    I figured out the problem. When I hooked up the ribbon from the new keyboard I must have accidentally unlatched the tiny ribbon that lead to what looks like the Mother Board. I clicked it into closing position and the computer turned on. I hope this helps somebody else. Thank You.

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Check the screws. One of them may be too long and is shorting out the laptop. If they are all the same length, I would remove them all and try it. Then install them one at a time to find out which one makes it work or, not work.

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SOURCE: New CPU, No display

in my view, ur motherboard doesn't support the new processor, so plz check the capability of your motherboard, and replace with the supported cPU. ok byee

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