Tastatur fuer Powerbook

Dieses Thema im Forum "Hardware" wurde erstellt von pommlin, 22. März 2003.

  1. pommlin

    pommlin New Member

    Hallo
    Wenn ich in England ein Powerbook kaufe mit einer englischen Tastatur kann ich dann da drauf eine andere (deutsche oder schweizer) drauftun. Gibt es das zu kaufen, nur die Tastatur? Voellig unspannend aber wer weiss was?
    Gruss
     
  2. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Beim alten Powerbook war das in zwei Minute erledigt, Tastatur austauschen und in den Einstellungen von englischer zu deutscher Tastatur umstellen.

    Joern

    Beim iBook braucht man nicht mal schrauben.
     
  3. pommlin

    pommlin New Member

    Es handelt sich aber um ein G4 Titanium. Ist es da auch moeglich?
    Danke schon im Voraus.
    Gruss von Peter
     
  4. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Sollte so einfach wie beim iBook sein, zumindest wenn ich die Manuals vergleiche sie es identisch aus.

    Joern

    Anleitung nach Apple Service Manual:

    073-0599 Rev. B
    Keyboard
    Replacement Instructions
    Be sure to follow the instructions in this sheet carefully. Failure to follow these instructions
    could result in damage to your equipment and may void your warranty.
    Note:
    Written and video instructions covering customer-installable parts are available at
    http://www.info.apple.com/installparts/.
    Warning: Sharp edges can exist inside your computer and on any parts being
    removed or installed. Use caution to avoid injury.
    Tools Required
    The only tool required for this procedure is a jeweler?s flat-blade screwdriver.
    Removing the Keyboard
    1. Place your computer on a clean, flat surface.
    2. Shut down your computer. Disconnect the power cord and any other cables connected
    to the computer.
    Warning: Always turn off your computer before opening its case to avoid
    damaging its internal components.
    3. Close the computer and turn it over. Slide the battery compartment latch
    (Figure 1A)
    to the right to remove the battery
    (Figure 1B)
    .
    Removing the battery will prevent you from accidentally turning on the computer.
    Warning: The internal components of your PowerBook may be hot. If you have
    been using your PowerBook, wait 30 minutes after shutting down your
    computer to let the internal components cool down before continuing.
    4. Turn over the computer and raise the display so you can access the keyboard.
    5. Make sure that the keyboard locking screw is not in the locked position
    (Figure 2)
    .
    Your new PowerBook comes with the keyboard unlocked, so unless you or someone
    else locked the keyboard, you can skip this step.
    6. Release the keyboard by pulling down on the keyboard release tabs located to the left
    of the F1 and F9 keys
    (Figure 3)
    , then lift the top portion of the keyboard up and
    toward the display to release the tabs that hold the bottom of the keyboard in place.
    7. Flip over the keyboard and lay it on the palm rests and trackpad
    (Figure 4)
    .
    8. Touch the computer?s inside framework (a dull gray conductive composite material) to
    discharge any static electricity, as shown
    (Figure 5)
    .
    Important:
    To avoid electrostatic discharge damage, always ground yourself by
    touching the computer?s framework before you touch any parts or install any
    components inside the computer. To avoid static electricity building back up in your
    body, do not walk around the room until you have completed your installation and
    closed the computer.
    9. Disconnect the keyboard connector cable from the logic board
    (Figure 6)
    , and note
    location of the logic board connection. Remove the keyboard.
    Installing the Replacement Keyboard
    1. Lay the replacement keyboard in the correct orientation over the opening, then flip it
    forward and lay it face down on the palm rests and trackpad to expose its connector
    cable
    (Figure 7)
    .
    2. Connect the keyboard connector cable to the logic board.
    3. Flip the keyboard back on top of the opening and insert the tabs at the bottom of the
    keyboard into the openings in the case
    (Figure 8)
    .
    4. Pull down on the keyboard release tabs located to the left of the F1 and F9 keys
    (Figure 3)
    and then press down on the top of the keyboard.
    5. Release the tabs to secure the keyboard in place.
    6. Turn over the PowerBook and replace the battery
    (Figure 9)
    .
    7. Reconnect the power cord and any other cables that were connected and restart your
    computer.
    Warning: Never turn on your computer unless all of its internal, external, and
    case parts are securely installed. Operating the computer when its case is
    open or missing parts can damage your computer or cause injury.
     
  5. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Die fehlenden Bilder sind großteils identisch mit denen für die Anleitung um eine Airportkarte einzubauen.

    Also völlig easy, wenn Dein Lieblingswerkzeug nicht gerade der 10Kilo Hammer ist.
     
  6. mac_the_mighty

    mac_the_mighty New Member

    übrigens, ganz nebenbei:

    falsches brett!
    :)
     
  7. pommlin

    pommlin New Member

    Hallo
    Wenn ich in England ein Powerbook kaufe mit einer englischen Tastatur kann ich dann da drauf eine andere (deutsche oder schweizer) drauftun. Gibt es das zu kaufen, nur die Tastatur? Voellig unspannend aber wer weiss was?
    Gruss
     
  8. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Beim alten Powerbook war das in zwei Minute erledigt, Tastatur austauschen und in den Einstellungen von englischer zu deutscher Tastatur umstellen.

    Joern

    Beim iBook braucht man nicht mal schrauben.
     
  9. pommlin

    pommlin New Member

    Es handelt sich aber um ein G4 Titanium. Ist es da auch moeglich?
    Danke schon im Voraus.
    Gruss von Peter
     
  10. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Sollte so einfach wie beim iBook sein, zumindest wenn ich die Manuals vergleiche sie es identisch aus.

    Joern

    Anleitung nach Apple Service Manual:

    073-0599 Rev. B
    Keyboard
    Replacement Instructions
    Be sure to follow the instructions in this sheet carefully. Failure to follow these instructions
    could result in damage to your equipment and may void your warranty.
    Note:
    Written and video instructions covering customer-installable parts are available at
    http://www.info.apple.com/installparts/.
    Warning: Sharp edges can exist inside your computer and on any parts being
    removed or installed. Use caution to avoid injury.
    Tools Required
    The only tool required for this procedure is a jeweler?s flat-blade screwdriver.
    Removing the Keyboard
    1. Place your computer on a clean, flat surface.
    2. Shut down your computer. Disconnect the power cord and any other cables connected
    to the computer.
    Warning: Always turn off your computer before opening its case to avoid
    damaging its internal components.
    3. Close the computer and turn it over. Slide the battery compartment latch
    (Figure 1A)
    to the right to remove the battery
    (Figure 1B)
    .
    Removing the battery will prevent you from accidentally turning on the computer.
    Warning: The internal components of your PowerBook may be hot. If you have
    been using your PowerBook, wait 30 minutes after shutting down your
    computer to let the internal components cool down before continuing.
    4. Turn over the computer and raise the display so you can access the keyboard.
    5. Make sure that the keyboard locking screw is not in the locked position
    (Figure 2)
    .
    Your new PowerBook comes with the keyboard unlocked, so unless you or someone
    else locked the keyboard, you can skip this step.
    6. Release the keyboard by pulling down on the keyboard release tabs located to the left
    of the F1 and F9 keys
    (Figure 3)
    , then lift the top portion of the keyboard up and
    toward the display to release the tabs that hold the bottom of the keyboard in place.
    7. Flip over the keyboard and lay it on the palm rests and trackpad
    (Figure 4)
    .
    8. Touch the computer?s inside framework (a dull gray conductive composite material) to
    discharge any static electricity, as shown
    (Figure 5)
    .
    Important:
    To avoid electrostatic discharge damage, always ground yourself by
    touching the computer?s framework before you touch any parts or install any
    components inside the computer. To avoid static electricity building back up in your
    body, do not walk around the room until you have completed your installation and
    closed the computer.
    9. Disconnect the keyboard connector cable from the logic board
    (Figure 6)
    , and note
    location of the logic board connection. Remove the keyboard.
    Installing the Replacement Keyboard
    1. Lay the replacement keyboard in the correct orientation over the opening, then flip it
    forward and lay it face down on the palm rests and trackpad to expose its connector
    cable
    (Figure 7)
    .
    2. Connect the keyboard connector cable to the logic board.
    3. Flip the keyboard back on top of the opening and insert the tabs at the bottom of the
    keyboard into the openings in the case
    (Figure 8)
    .
    4. Pull down on the keyboard release tabs located to the left of the F1 and F9 keys
    (Figure 3)
    and then press down on the top of the keyboard.
    5. Release the tabs to secure the keyboard in place.
    6. Turn over the PowerBook and replace the battery
    (Figure 9)
    .
    7. Reconnect the power cord and any other cables that were connected and restart your
    computer.
    Warning: Never turn on your computer unless all of its internal, external, and
    case parts are securely installed. Operating the computer when its case is
    open or missing parts can damage your computer or cause injury.
     
  11. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Die fehlenden Bilder sind großteils identisch mit denen für die Anleitung um eine Airportkarte einzubauen.

    Also völlig easy, wenn Dein Lieblingswerkzeug nicht gerade der 10Kilo Hammer ist.
     
  12. mac_the_mighty

    mac_the_mighty New Member

    übrigens, ganz nebenbei:

    falsches brett!
    :)
     
  13. pommlin

    pommlin New Member

    Hallo
    Wenn ich in England ein Powerbook kaufe mit einer englischen Tastatur kann ich dann da drauf eine andere (deutsche oder schweizer) drauftun. Gibt es das zu kaufen, nur die Tastatur? Voellig unspannend aber wer weiss was?
    Gruss
     
  14. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Beim alten Powerbook war das in zwei Minute erledigt, Tastatur austauschen und in den Einstellungen von englischer zu deutscher Tastatur umstellen.

    Joern

    Beim iBook braucht man nicht mal schrauben.
     
  15. pommlin

    pommlin New Member

    Es handelt sich aber um ein G4 Titanium. Ist es da auch moeglich?
    Danke schon im Voraus.
    Gruss von Peter
     
  16. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Sollte so einfach wie beim iBook sein, zumindest wenn ich die Manuals vergleiche sie es identisch aus.

    Joern

    Anleitung nach Apple Service Manual:

    073-0599 Rev. B
    Keyboard
    Replacement Instructions
    Be sure to follow the instructions in this sheet carefully. Failure to follow these instructions
    could result in damage to your equipment and may void your warranty.
    Note:
    Written and video instructions covering customer-installable parts are available at
    http://www.info.apple.com/installparts/.
    Warning: Sharp edges can exist inside your computer and on any parts being
    removed or installed. Use caution to avoid injury.
    Tools Required
    The only tool required for this procedure is a jeweler?s flat-blade screwdriver.
    Removing the Keyboard
    1. Place your computer on a clean, flat surface.
    2. Shut down your computer. Disconnect the power cord and any other cables connected
    to the computer.
    Warning: Always turn off your computer before opening its case to avoid
    damaging its internal components.
    3. Close the computer and turn it over. Slide the battery compartment latch
    (Figure 1A)
    to the right to remove the battery
    (Figure 1B)
    .
    Removing the battery will prevent you from accidentally turning on the computer.
    Warning: The internal components of your PowerBook may be hot. If you have
    been using your PowerBook, wait 30 minutes after shutting down your
    computer to let the internal components cool down before continuing.
    4. Turn over the computer and raise the display so you can access the keyboard.
    5. Make sure that the keyboard locking screw is not in the locked position
    (Figure 2)
    .
    Your new PowerBook comes with the keyboard unlocked, so unless you or someone
    else locked the keyboard, you can skip this step.
    6. Release the keyboard by pulling down on the keyboard release tabs located to the left
    of the F1 and F9 keys
    (Figure 3)
    , then lift the top portion of the keyboard up and
    toward the display to release the tabs that hold the bottom of the keyboard in place.
    7. Flip over the keyboard and lay it on the palm rests and trackpad
    (Figure 4)
    .
    8. Touch the computer?s inside framework (a dull gray conductive composite material) to
    discharge any static electricity, as shown
    (Figure 5)
    .
    Important:
    To avoid electrostatic discharge damage, always ground yourself by
    touching the computer?s framework before you touch any parts or install any
    components inside the computer. To avoid static electricity building back up in your
    body, do not walk around the room until you have completed your installation and
    closed the computer.
    9. Disconnect the keyboard connector cable from the logic board
    (Figure 6)
    , and note
    location of the logic board connection. Remove the keyboard.
    Installing the Replacement Keyboard
    1. Lay the replacement keyboard in the correct orientation over the opening, then flip it
    forward and lay it face down on the palm rests and trackpad to expose its connector
    cable
    (Figure 7)
    .
    2. Connect the keyboard connector cable to the logic board.
    3. Flip the keyboard back on top of the opening and insert the tabs at the bottom of the
    keyboard into the openings in the case
    (Figure 8)
    .
    4. Pull down on the keyboard release tabs located to the left of the F1 and F9 keys
    (Figure 3)
    and then press down on the top of the keyboard.
    5. Release the tabs to secure the keyboard in place.
    6. Turn over the PowerBook and replace the battery
    (Figure 9)
    .
    7. Reconnect the power cord and any other cables that were connected and restart your
    computer.
    Warning: Never turn on your computer unless all of its internal, external, and
    case parts are securely installed. Operating the computer when its case is
    open or missing parts can damage your computer or cause injury.
     
  17. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    Die fehlenden Bilder sind großteils identisch mit denen für die Anleitung um eine Airportkarte einzubauen.

    Also völlig easy, wenn Dein Lieblingswerkzeug nicht gerade der 10Kilo Hammer ist.
     
  18. mac_the_mighty

    mac_the_mighty New Member

    übrigens, ganz nebenbei:

    falsches brett!
    :)
     

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