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If you have a wireless keyboard, remove the batteries and just type anything randomly for about a minute to discharge the capacitors. Now insert fresh batteries (in correct polarity) and reconnect to PC. Also check for sources of interference like magnets, speakers, TV, etc and move keyboard as far away from these as possible.
If you have a wired keyboard, try a different connection. eg: If connected to the PS/2 port, try the USB port instead.
Should these not work, then your keyboard is beyond repair, and you will need to get it replaced.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2008
If your Keyboard is corrupted then you need to replace with it by another keyboard. Until then you can use Desktop Keyboard. To use Desktop Keyboard Go to START -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Accessibility -> Click on On-Screen Keyboard.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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