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It is probably a problem with either the keyboard for the safari application. Depending on which browser you use, for the google problem, the best idea would be to options, then general, and change your homepage to google.com or another search engine, like yahoo.com.
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first open interent explorer tehn go to view then toolbars then clik on standard buttons.
then u see search buttons cleikon it.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
There is a small ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard inside. It is very likely that the ribbon cable has become loose enough to no longer make contact. If you send me the model of your computer, I could probably find you a diagram of pictures to guide you through taking the keyboard out of your laptop to re-seat the cable.
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
This is generally a sensitivity issue with the keyboard. It's usually caused when the rubber depressors that activate each key start getting worn. Sometimes you can take each key off individually, take off the rubber depressor and clean the contact point on the keyboard and up inside the depressor where it makes contact. Clean it with with rubbing alcohol and Q-tips. This is alot of work and only fixes the problem about 60% of the time. Your only other option is replacing the keyboard.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
From the looks of it the #1 key is stuck, you need to check it and make sure it is not stuck....
Compressed air can be used on the keyboard to get rid of dirt build-up.
Read your User's Manual to learn if the keys can be removed for cleaning.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
It sounds like your keyboard device driver. It may have been "updated" automatically.
Do you have a spare USB keyboard or can you remove one from a desktop temporarily?
Power OFF the laptop and plug in the USB keyboard. Power ON laptop.
Use the USB keyboard, not the laptop keyboard for this procedure.
First, does the USB keyboard work w/o locking up?
Anyway, Go to the "Device Manager" by right-clicking "My Computer" and select "Manage".
A list of Your computer devices will appear on the right window. Expand the +Keyboard and find the HID Keyboard Device associated to your laptop. (Pick one by checking the properties of each one to see which one may not be working)
(( btw, HID = Human Input Device ))
You can either "UNINSTALL" it or "UPDATE DRIVER"
When finished, reboot, remove USB keyboard if you want to and the laptop keyboard will work just fine, or the OS will "find" it first , then start working ok.
Follow the steps, it will work.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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