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  • auriolthornt Sep 25, 2008

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    No help turning keyboard



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Flip the keyboard over and tap the bottom to clear debris.
try unpluging the KB from system(safe for USB) shutdown the unplug KB and reinsert in PS2.
get a new KB

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