First exam if the retainer clip have any missing legs, and the hooks in the back of the key cover are not bent or broken. If Any of the parts are broken, no matter what you do, you will not be able to put it back on. See the following link for more info, and if it is broken, I have found the individualkeys.com to be very reliable source for replacement laptop keys. Hope this has been helpful.
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A laptop "key" generally comes with a metal harness as well. Just clip the harness onto the back of the key, then press the key onto the keyboard firmly - it should snap back on. If the key looks as if its not clipped in correctly, push down with a little more force and a bit of a finger jiggle.
My son when he was 2 pulled ALL of my laptop keys off - and this was how i got them back on.
It is possible that the connection between the keyboard and the laptop is the issue. If you can figure out how to remove the keyboard, you will see it is connected to the laptop with a flat ribbon cable. Open the plastic clip that holds the flat cable (carefully!!) and then reconnect the cable. If that doesn't fix it, you may want to contact asus to get a replacement keyboard, or just plug in a usb keyboard.
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Replace the inside of the keyboard with a new piece. One of the major problems with Dell keyboards is that the plastic pieces holding the keys in place become loose or broken. You can find a cheap keyboard from Papatek.com or an electronics store. Simply take apart the new keyboard, pull the keys off your keyboard, lay the plastic piece on top and replace your keys. http://www.papatek.com/Acer-Keyboard/Acer-Travelmate-8100-keyboard.html
well thats not any software problem. Look the keyboard sometimes play tangle things & makes some funny commands like ur comma's.. I'll suggest u to clean ur keyboard.. If u have a laptop then dont do it on ur own.. Just visit any computer expert, and ask them about cleanin ur keyboard.. Thanks
Unless any of the retaining pins are broken you should be able to fix it yourself. First you need to work out how the clips fit together and then replace these onto the keyboard. Then gently push the key back onto the clips. If any of the pins are broken then do a search of online stores as people often sell individual keys but you will need to tell them the exact make and model of the laptop.
Have you removed the keyboard, sometimes there is a screw under the keyboard that holds the top and bottom of the case together.
Most laptops have clips/indents that clips top and bottom half of the case together. Start on one side, preferrably at an opening where the CD/DVD drive is located and gently apply pressure to separate the case along that edge. Once you free a catch/clip start working along that edge and continuing around to each side of the case.