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If it is not responding at all you may want to check the ribbon cable, there are screws underneath the laptop in the area of the keyboard, carefully lift the keyboard up and check the flat cable that runs from the keyboard to the system board.
its worth checking that you can still access the keyboard from the bios, when the system turns on press the key to go to setup (usually del or f2 or f10) if that works then boot to widows and check you keyboard settings in windows, if nothing is apparently wrong, right click my computer and go properties, go to the hardware tab, click device manager and uninstall the keyboard, reboot and windows will reinstall the drivers for it
hope you find that useful
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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