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Dell Latitude D610 keys don't work

Delete, Insert, Home and End keys stopped working. Is there a way to make these keys work again. Maybe I hit a combination of keys at the same time to stop them from working. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, BAM

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Sorry to hear about your keyboard problem. Keyboards go bad and I don't really think it was a key combination or anything you did. I've replaced many, many keyboards in Latitude D610 machines and I can tell you that they do go bad after a while.

The good news is that if you want to replace it, you can find them on eBay or other sites at a reasonable price. Replacing one takes less than five minutes and all you need is a small flat head screwdriver.

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