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Mr Bobbins

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Member Since: Jan 29, 2005
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If you still have a warranty then you shouldn't need to replace the Keyboard ? If it's a question of a different style keyboard then just keep the old one and if you have any problems put the original one back before you go back to the shop, this also goes for anything else that you have installed yourself, including ram.
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