Laptop Keyboard and Mouse Repair
Having a laptop with a broken mouse or broken keyboard can be an extremely frustrating experience. Everything works, you just can’t get to it. Most often, a keyboard will stop working as a result of a spill. Either the keys get stuck or the keyboard circuitry gets fried, but either way your keyboard can quickly become nothing more than a large paperweight. Mice can fail for a number of reasons: the laser optics can break, it can be clogged with dust, or the USB port it’s plugged into might fail. Before panicking, check that:
The ports your devices are plugged in to work. Try changing the ports to see if the situation resolves itself.
Check if a different keyboard or mouse works. If the problem is with the mouse itself or an external keyboard, it’s far cheaper to replace with new devices than to repair.
If those steps don’t resolve your problem, fill out a free quote form or bring your laptop by LaptopMD+ to get a full, free diagnosis and estimate. Or check out some of the reasons your keyboard or mouse doesn’t work below.