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The keyboard doesn't work. it does not have any fall or hit or liquid

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If you are using the Windows 7 try to open Command prompt while booting the computer go to the advanced recovery option and try to open command prompt and see if the keyboard is working , if it is then load BIOS setup default and restart the computer
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Shut down your computer and disconnect the battery and also the Ac adapter which is connected to your laptop, and then once your computer is Off just press and hold power button for at least 15-20 sec and yes do not lift your finger from the power button Reconnect everything Battery as well as your Ac adapter, and try to see if the issue is resolved or not

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