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Keyboard problem - asus

I have asus notebook, I attached USB keyboard to use separately, when i remove this USB keayboard, some of the functions of my asus keyboard changes, like like letter U become 4, or letter P becomes -, how can i fix this

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  • ronan1972 Nov 02, 2008

    thanks for your response but unfortunately it does not work, From system i went to harware then divice manager (beacause , i uninstalled the 2 itiems in keyboard but when i restarted the pc, the problem persist, the second solution you suggested, no keyboard installer seen in the whole package given to me.



    sorry to bother you, thanks

  • cybrsrch1 Mar 17, 2009

    as described by others I had the same problem when using a usb keyboard, when I unplugged it to go mobile my keys were mesed up, but using the #2 solution, Fn numberlock fixed it. Thanks... great website. :)

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It seems to me that you have the NumLk activated, deactivate it by pressing Fn + NumLk, hope this works!

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Hi
This means th news keyboard driver has some effect on your laptop keboard.
try to go to the Panel Control and then System, then Hardware
uninstall your keybord driver & restrt your pc, then it will tell you you have a new device (keyboard) & then will automatically install the suitable driver.
try your latters again, if the problem still going on, try to get the keboard driver cd you got with the laptop when you first bought it.
I hope things go fine with you trying this. If not, let me know more about that plz.

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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    Reda El AZGHARI Nov 03, 2008

    Hi again!
    well, look, the Computer can remember only one keybord, so when you plugged the USB keyboard the first time it could have probably replaced the old one, and yet even two keyboards are on together they function as one unit. Try clicking on the Caps Lock button, you see the green led on both keyborads at the same time.
    If you can provide me with your asus laptop version, I would be more helpful.

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Thanks again for your reply,

When i try to go on safemode, may laptop keyboard is working perfectly but unfortunately when i goes back to normal mode, the problem goes back.

Its notebook ASUS S5N,

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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