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Re: what wrong with my laptop??? the keys seem to be...
You may try
1) if windows works normall, put a USB keybiard to your laptop, if ok, go next
2) open kayboard unplug keyboard cable clean it and plug back.
3) if the liquid pour on the keyboard should cause lost function. mostly have to dry or to change.
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might be a function key possibly f5 on my toshiba turns off mouse may be a different function key on Asus that does this.
otherwise lock up try ctrl Alt Del keys see if task manager option comes up. if it does one application may be locking up p.c.
1. Press the Fn key a few times, it may be stuck.
2. Press the Fn key + the number lock key, your keyboard may be set as a number pad.
3. If you have access to a USB keyboard (e.g. from a desktop) then plug that in and see if it works.
this could be the door switch that is bad or loose. Check that first. Then you are looking at doing some troubleshooting. The first thing is to see if there is a technicians sheet attached to that machine under the kick panel. If there is then you have something to use for performing tests. One of the tests most likely is to unhook the control panel from the control board and power it on. If you hear the pump come on for about 5 seconds, the control panel is bad.
windows has something called the safe mode thru wich u may enter the system. its either of the F8 F9 or F10 keys... try safe mode entry with networking. this will by pass the entire process of logging in if thats all u need. when ur sytem boots up keep tapping these three keys induvidually and ur safe mode menu ll open up
Well, if it were just a few keys that do not work, I would say take it in to a Mac store and ask them to see if there are crumbs or dirt under them. They could take the keys off an clean under it and it would not cost you much, if anything. (Dirt under keys can cause that problem). However it seems to be more than that. You may need a new keyboard for the laptop..or it could have something to do with the circuitry in the computor itself (no liquid was dropped on it I hope!). Whatever, this is something that needs a certified Apple repair place..preferably a real company Apple Store. You can go to Apple.com and find one in your area.
You provided very little information, so I'll try to answer: I assume you turned on the comptuer and it seems to be working-you didn't say. I assume it used to display something-you didn't say. Hook it up to an external monitor. Can you see something? If so, one of two things are wrong: Your LCD screen has gone bad OR you need to hit the Fn/Special function key combo that moves the display from your LCD to an external monitor. If none of these solves the problem, then your video card has gone south on you.