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Toshiba Laptop Problem

A number of the keys on the right hand side of my laptop will not work, including the arrows, enter and question mark. I was wondering if anyone knows what is wrong with it and what the best solution would be. Thank you!

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Look for the number lock on the keyboard. toggle that so that it is off and try again.

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Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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