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MY KEYBAORD IS NOT WORKING RIGHT, WHEN I HIT THE "T" OR "V" IT TYPES IN VT, WHEN I HIT "M" OR "Y" IT TYPES IN MY. WHEN I HIT ENTER IT DELETES AND DOES NOT ENTER

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Reattche your keybord again to cpu.also ceck in control panel that accessibility go to keybord ten chek there is not any change in default settings.

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