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Few keys on my keyboard don't work.

My keyboard has a problem with the following keys (2,w,s,x ,`) these keys will function when the system is booted up and after the system being up for about two to three minutes they don't function. I am not sur if I should replace the Keyboard, or if there is a software that will assist me in solving this problem. If I was to replace the Keyboard where would I be able to obtain a How to do manual.

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Merrick Lee

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  • merricklee Dec 07, 2008

    I was able to take out the keyboard and put it back in. To my amazement, the keys that were not working are working up untill six hours after the laptop had been booted up. I think what ever it was has be corrected.



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I WOULD TRY TO UNHOOK KEYBOARD THEN PUT IT BACK OTHERWISE EBAY HAS VERY GOOD PRICES ON NEW ONES

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