I recently acquired a fairly old laptop from a Goodwill for $10 -- a Toshiba Satellite Pro 440CDT. The machine shipped with Windows 95, and I managed to upgrade it to 98SE. The machine seems to function almost perfectly, except for two really bizarre issues. First, the right speaker seems to be out, despite the good condition of the machine. Perhaps coincidentally, the right channel is also out when you plug in a pair of headphones, but it comes back if you push on the jack. Considering the laptop was owned by a law firm (as evidenced by a sticker on it), I doubt the jack is damaged. After some light disassembly, it seems the sound card (a Yamaha OPL3-SA3) is situated immediately behind the jack. Perhaps the pressure on the card fixes it? Secondly, and perhaps more annoyingly, a few keys on the keyboard seem to not work. Specifically, the Windows key, Caps Lock, and the Left Control keys. Normally I'd assume the keyboard just failed, as it's a membrane keyboard. However, the keys will work if you also press an adjacent key simultaneously. For example, if you hold Tab and then press Caps Lock, the key will work. If you hold Alt, the Left Control key will work. And lastly, if you hold Pause/Break, the Windows key will work. Whatever failure the keyboard has does not appear to be straight forward... Any tips people could give me would be greatly appreciated. Amazingly, the original battery still holds a charge, powering the laptop for a little over an hour.