Question about IBM E 74M 17" CRT Monitor
Sounds like a stuck key, you'll have to tap each key with the laptop off power until you can guess which may be sticking. A can of air used on the keys will also help to dislodge anything that may be helping a key stay half pressed.
When you start up and you get this series of tones anyway after, press the Escape key a few times and see if that doesn't resolve this issue.
Some keyboards need to be replaced if a stuck key is due to a mechanical malfunction. In this case, you will want a qualified technician to do this work for you, and be certain they have experience in laptop assembly. Don't rely on a neighbor or friend who wants to try for you. A good expensive piece of equipment can be rendered useless.
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Posted on Nov 03, 2008
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