I know this sounds crazy, buy if your keyboard is NOT a wireless, you can clean it by running it through the dishwasher. It works great. Do not do this with a wireless. Otherwise try a spray can of air from a retail store.
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I would try cleaning your keyboard. If you are gentle you can remove the F10 key and check that they is no dirt underneath. Check other keys near the F10 key in case others have the same problem. I know that a sugary Cola spillage on a keyboard really sticks things up. In that case it was easiest to get a new keyboard.
it sounds as though the quick launch button is stuck down, have a look around the button to see if there is a build up of anydirt around the button which is causing it to stick, if you can get a pin down the edge of the button you may be able to gently lever it up so it no longer being activated.
To clean your laptop's keyboard you have to look under your laptop, you can see like keyboard icons with some scews, so, open them, they will let yout to remove your keyboard.
So now your can remove just your keyboard slowly for some connectors on the motherboard then clean it with a tooth brush.
You can only clean your keyboard with a toothbrush without rmoving it,
Try to remove the space bar key and clean under it.
Try to hard press the space bar for about 5 times, it can release the pusher under the key.
it some liquid was spilt on it you have to remove the keyboard and clean the plastic under ther keyboard.
like other prblem on keyboard it seems your fn key was stuck, it can caused the keyboard was dirty, just open the keyboard then remove all the key on your keyboard then clean it using alcohol wait until dry then set the key again
Loud repeating beeps? Indicative of a stuck key on your keyboard. Try seeing if the keys all "bounce back" after being pressed. If they stick, get a can of compressed air and gently blow it under the keys. If that fails, try with an external keyboard, see if that works, if it does, then you may need to have the laptop dismantled to clean/ replace the keyboard
Keyboard Faulty, Remove the key and rubber bit then with a stanly knife / box cutter make a small cut and clean under so the carbon connections are clean, replace rubber and key then try it. If no luck then replacement keyboard.
Hello, A sticky keyboard can sometimes be fixed by removing the key as you've done, but sometime the trouble lies deeper in the keyboard. There are small contacts that can wear out or get built up with a surface film. Might be time to replace the whole keyboard. It's not that hard if you have the aptitude and they do come out and go in as a complete unit. Cost for a new one can be from $20 - 50. Try looking on ebay & the link below. Good luck, mpawlak908
Hello... Looks like you need to clean the keyboard. It maybe a dust or something that's stuck in there, too. Get a clean, dry paintbrush and you clean the key as if to take away the dust (I do it, too). Do not open your laptop unless you know how to do it. Hope this helps... :)