Test the keyboard on another computer and test another keyboard on your computer and see where the problem lies. If the keyboards work fine then you most likely have a software problem. Try reinstalling/updating your keyboard driver.
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Enter the BIOS setup when the system is coming up (booting), and enable keyboard on the laptop. If the same problem still persist , then replace the keyboard with new one. Cheers Engr. Adewumi I.O firstname.lastname@example.org or call +234-8023821869
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CT-360 was released in 1987, 20+ years ago. By now, putting the adapter in and pulling it out has vibrated its solder connections inside the unit. To repair, you will need a soldering iron, solder, and phillips screwdriver. Flip it upside down on a towel, remove all the large head screws and pull the bottom cover off. Looking inside where the plug is, you will see 3 larger terminal posts (lugs) coming thru the circuit board. These will need to be recoated in solder, one at a time. To make sure a better connection is made than the factory, carefully scratch the green coating around each just before soldering. This should last much longer than before. Be careful that no solder from splashes, or touches another lug. Test before placing the bottom cover back on. Recheck connections and resolder if needed. (Also, to stop battery corrosion, spray battery holder with WD-40 often). Happy playing!
Very possibly, yes. Usually the internal parts of RF keyboards are heavily customized and a shop would need to keep tons of parts for every different keyboard under the sun.
Also, replacement plus spares will often cost more than a new keyboard, so there's little advantage in repairing.
Depending on the spillage, sometimes you can repair the keyboard. RF keyboards are much more difficult to fix because the spillage may have shorted circuits or oxidised contacts and tracks.
But if you've nothing to lose, and especially if some keys are working (indicating that the transmitter electronics, the most delicate part, is still alive), then you can take apart the keyboard (screws underneath, and retainer clips too). Under the shell there are other screws holding the typing surface. Removing them, the back of the surface comes off, revealing a contact membrane and a wealth of printed curlicues.
Wipe the curlicues with a lint-free cloth and alcohol to remove coffee and sugary liquids. Inspect carefully for oxidation and rust; sometimes you can remove it with a pencil rubber. Spray with a contact enhancer spray such as DeoxIT.
The membrane is the tricky part: usually lukewarm water or alcohol will do, but it depends on the formulation of the contact pads (usually black round thingies). Sometimes you can see which pads have been affected by the spillage and clean them with a cotton swab.
With RF keyboards priced around US$ 30, frankly I'd do that only for the fun of it.
S-it happens and milk is spilled all you can di is save it to get the info from the disk if was not damaged sure luck that is. ANd cough up some extra green not spinach and buy the one you really liked in the first place. 90 % of the tome a person will break sometimg unintentionall so it seems just to us that as an excuse to buy new Just have to justify it tio thenm selves. No big deal
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hi im Dyanne.. on th 1st screen at bootup press th desired key to display th BIOS setup. on some machines you will see a brief notice on th screen as it comes to life stating which key to press. (ie. delete, F2 or esc etc) if not consult your instruction manual. you will get to a blue screen headed CMOS. now you need to setup th BIOS to recognize th presence of th new h/d. this will enable you to auto detect th h/d. go to th 1st in th list (cmos settings) and where it says PRIMARY MASTER click on it and enter and this will auto detect it. press F10 then Y and enter. this will now access your h/d and boot normally. good luck and merry christmas .. Dyanne xx
to find the driver of pleomax Pkb-8000w
1) just click on update driver the windows will automatically updated the driver for it
2) if not than u should had ur driver with u when u had purchased the keyboard
3)u dont have than simple way go to the website of it & install the driver
4)after installing keys r not working than inside there is dust in ur keyboard due to which some keys r not working