Keyboard fried by water, only partially operational. Keyboard is a unit before USB ports. However, a great deal of memory was utilized and the machine is personally valuable. Is there a source for refurbishing old keyboard, or buying a "new" one that is compatible. Do you do this kind of work?
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I would suggest to get rid of your keyboard if it's not working at all You could take it to a computer repair to try to extract some memory If you would like to invest in another UsB keyboard, I would suggest The GranTec FLX-2000 indestructible keyboard is fully enclosed and protected from water, coffee cleaning solutions, and more The keys are soft and durable With the USB connectivity it is as easy as plugging in any applicance Take your keyboard on the road or just leave it stationary, what ever you decide to do, it will suit any application where a resistant keyboard is required I do not think Datadoctors fix any type of computer devices, but you could call a hotline at Phone: 800.486.0048 x1.
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Posted by Johanna of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on December 29, 2005