So let's say that your XO laptop keyboard doesn't work. No matter if it's due to the "sticky keys" problem, or if you happened to dunk it in the kitchen sink in a foolish waterboarding test. Either way, you'll need to strip your XO keyboard.
Saturday night, I stripped my XO, and for your enjoyment, took a few photos and made two videos of the process. First, me, mid-fix:Yes, I was a little frustrated at that point, burning through a Saturday night alone with too much technology. Still, I powered on and hacking away, I finally made the XO laptop work again:Of course, I still have a few screws loose. Any clue where they go?