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Letter When I type on my laptop all letters are ok but letter ?h? will not be shown. When I restart it there will be loud sound,it will not go till I press ?FN? key ,then it will stop. Also on my password space there will be lot of letter ?h? it will not stop typing it self till I press ?FN? key again then it will it will be ok except letter ?h? will not work at all and also ?FN? functions will not work. I will be very thnkfull if you solve my problem .

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  • ghan Sep 17, 2008

    xtnf, thank you very much for your help but still i have the problem after cleaning.I will let you know when i get it solved.

  • Verina Mitry
    Verina Mitry Dec 04, 2013

    have you figured this out? i am havig same problem but i am uable to write the letter n without usig my omscree keyboard. pls lmk thx!

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The letter "H" on your keyboard got stuck and it's like pressed down all the time. You can pop out the key then clean it. If the issue is resolved, you should not hear the beeping sound anymore when you boot up the unit. Or better yet, if your under warranty, contact Toshiba, 1-800-457-7777 and they'll be blad to repair your keyboard.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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