post #61 of 76
9/24/03 at 3:16pm
|Originally posted by BlackBeard
I use the laptop enough to warrant getting an external keyboard so I may just resort to that. I also noticed that my keyboard seems a little lose on the right side. Noticeably flexing under the pgup/pddown keys. I would even say it clicks a little if I push the button down hard enough, (not hard, but slightly harder than it takes to normally press it). Anyone else have this issue?
|Originally posted by mmarkin
I have the same thing with my 5680 (!). Try lifting the keyboard (the two notches above F2 and PrtSc keys) and deforming it slightly in the appropriate direction. Meanwhile, are there any other solutions to this?
|Originally posted by mcl
Mine is also loose, in exactly this area. The whole right side of the keyboard.
I was thinking of attaching a couple of small rubber feet to the top side of the RF shield, as there's a lot of room for play between the sheild and the motherboard components on that side, except for the upper-right quadrant, which is where the wireless cards are installed.
I might have to shave the feet a bit to get them thin enough. But I'm unsure how much heat that shield's absorbing in that area. I'd need to check first, to ensure it wouldn't cause the adhesive to liquify and lose its hold.
|Originally posted by Icefluxx
MCL...can you do a brief review on SWG? Gameplay, etc? Ive got it and im going to upgrade my 5660, and someone else on here with a 5660, 2.66 ghz, radeon 9k 64mb...and got like 20-30 fps solid...aaand, he had to turn off some features. doesnt sound too good and sounds like it taxes the hell out of the system.