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I am using Laptop and Laptop keyboard got this problem..I am using CSK in run prompt and using it,but is there a way to solve it fully??

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You can try but may be pure luck if it works: Cleaning the Keyboard with Vaccum Cleaner and blower. Also use a wet cloth and wet brush to clean it. Then dry it before use.

Power off PC and then Press all keys with both hands and then power on, have a try for Keyboard.

Otherwise it is the time to go for a new one, I would recommend to use a TVS gold keyboard having punching noise on it (similar to typewriter) than using a Multimedia keyboard (of soft keys press).

Since the former are repairable and the latter are not.

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Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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