07-11-2008 08:48 PM
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-11-2008 11:47 PM
If nothing is broken, then yes. Observe how the other keys are put on. Take your time, and with patience, you'll be able to get it back on. As long as the key and the peices aren't broken, there is no need to buy a new keyboard, only need to put the key back on.
07-12-2008 05:02 PM
09-05-2009 08:51 AM
my daughter "removed" a key rom my keyboard (lenovo r61). is there a way to place it in again? how?
Welcome to the forum, Joe! Kids can be adventurous, can't they? ;-)
See the messages above for the solution.
I am not a Lenovo employee
07-12-2019 02:39 PM
Yes, you will need to replace your keyboard. You most likely smashed it with your fist once or twice in a rage while attempting to put the key back yourself. These keyboards are the least intuitive objects I have ever seen. As I type, my apostrophe key keeps falling out of its place. It has been like that for 2 months. My grammar is a lot prettier without all of those contractions.