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LifeBook keyboard character malfunction

Hi
I was given a lifebook C series laptop - the keyboard didn't work.
When keys pressed it would give several characters at once; print dates or any number of squirrley returns for a key input.
I hooked up an external keyboard and it worked fine.
Reading on net suggested the keyboard was shot- so i just purchased a new one - this new one is doing the same thing.
Was I sent a bad keyboard? or is something else wrong rather than keyboard?
Is there a FIX for bad character input:
ie like typing the letter Q gives me the date- typing the letter A gives me "5as" --- etc...
I read on net that pressing the "FN and Num locks ' keys would clear this up- but it doesn't.
Help would be Greatlt appreciated!
Happy New Year! 09'

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  • justaway Mar 29, 2009

    whenever I press space 'hnzac' appears. alot of buttons don't work

    sometimes I close the laptop and take out the power supply and it works for a while but it never lasts.

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