Moving laptops

From: Peter (BOUGHTONP)14 Jan 00:02
To: paul 6 of 14
Simplest would be remove the hard-drive and put it in a USB enclosure, but if you had one you'd probably be doing that already. I've found cheaper ones unreliable, so if you're going to buy one check the reviews and err on side of better quality.

If disconnecting the keyboard doesn't work, perhaps a live Linux USB can get you in and might not care about Super key being permanently pressed.

From: Manthorp14 Jan 10:53
To: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 7 of 14
BP speaks sense; but maybe first try removing the drive from both lappies and stick the old drive straight into the new one. It probably won't have the drivers to boot, but it'll take little time and do no harm to try.
From: koswix14 Jan 11:10
To: paul 8 of 14
Got a USB keyboard to plug in?
From: paul14 Jan 15:02
To: koswix 9 of 14
I have one /somewhere safe/...

From: koswix14 Jan 17:24
To: paul 10 of 14
From: paul14 Jan 22:32
To: koswix 11 of 14
From: paul15 Jan 15:59
To: ALL12 of 14
I did write a fairly lengthy reply but seemingly the emoji after cheers excluded the rest of the message...

From: koswix15 Jan 20:17
To: paul 13 of 14
From: CHYRON (DSMITHHFX)21 Jan 12:41
To: paul 14 of 14
Did you type something bad about Peter? Filter.