Posted 04 September 2005 - 05:55 PM
Posted 04 September 2005 - 08:03 PM
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Posted 04 September 2005 - 08:11 PM
You can pop off the keys of your keyboard, thugh you should either write down the order they are in or do a few at a time, this should expouse the bottom of the keyboard where all the crusties settle, it will also allow you to clean the actual key, I use 409 or windex, or some other cleaning agent for the keys, a really lightly damp cloth to clean the actual keyboard. JUST BE SURE TO REPLACE THE KEYS IN THEIR EXACT ORDER or you will have issues when typing. :-)
Some may think that since keyboards are so cheap these days it would be easier to just buy a new one, I don't agree.
The mouse, if it is an older ball mouse, turn over the mouse, pop of the cover, remove the ball and look in side. There are these roller bars and gunk usually builds up on them, if you use your fingernail, you can scrap the yuck off. There should be three bars, clean all three, your mouse will be good as new!
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