that one handles it pretty good. This is how far I got before I had to run.
Just above the keyboard is a narrow strip that runs side to side above the keyboard Called the keyboard cover.
Release the latches on the keyboard cover, starting on the right side.
I usually use a small flat screwdriver that can fit between the keys to pry up.
Then Remove the keyboard cover.
Remove four screws.
Release the keyboard lock latches. Those will be plastic that latches over the keyboard to help hold it in place. I usually pull gently in the middle of the keyboard at the top until they pop loose on each side. Note that there may be also be a plastic latch in the middle of the Keyboard on top.
Then as you slide the keyboard gently towards the screen you will see a flat really thin cable that attaches to the motherboard. That cable is held in place with
I hadn't got to the step six part last night that was next. Then I was going to pull out the Camera and take pictures of me removing the keyboard on a similar Toshiba Laptop. Since you found a good tutorial I'm not going to bother.
From the Tutorial
Warning! If you break the connector, you'll have to replace the motherboard.
Being careful and not having to go crazy trying to recover works best. I use two thumbnails one on each side to gently press against and move the locking clip. Just remember to slide it parallel to the Motherboard. I have to say yes and no as regards replacing the motherboard. If all you do is pop the white slide out to far and it stays intact you will generally be fine as it is used to put pressure against the cable. Then you put it together and put some good quality tape over the connector and you should be fine. The problem is if part of it that presses against the cable breaks off. I lost one and could not find it. It stayed attached until I blew all the crud out of the Laptop. It went too, I never did find it.
Edited by rotor123, 07 August 2012 - 10:27 AM.