To replace laptop keys, purchase new keys from the manufacturer. Remove old keys with a small screwdriver with help from an IT specialist in this free video on laptop computers.
Hi, my name is Chris Dowdy with Orange Star Networks, and I'll explain to you how to replace a broken or damaged key on your laptop keyboard. The materials that you'll need to complete this are: a replacement key, which you can purchase from a manufacturer, and a small, flat-bladed screwdriver. Using the screwdriver, pry up gently on the key until it pops out of place, or off of the keyboard. Take your replacement key, line it up with the posts or the connectors underneath it, and gently press down until you hear it snap back in place. Test the key to make sure that it's functioning properly and that it's seated completely, and you've successfully replaced your damaged key. My name is Chris Dowdy with Orange Star Networks.