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I spacebar key its not working correctly, I have two cases: 1- I have write one line in a document its works ok, from begining to end of the line. But when I place the cursor on the beginning and I hit space bar it goe s to the end of the line. 2- I have serveral lines in a document, I place the cursor on the second line, and hit "space bar" and the cursor goes to the third line and make a space. I don't quite understand which the problem is, the only strange thing that happen was when I plugged the usb conector of my new mouse, and suddenly the screen turn opaque, ad the keys start working strangly, but some minutes later all start working fine except for the spacebar key. I have windows 8 and linux mint and its not working fine in the both. Please help me I don't know exactly why this happened. Thanks in advance.
I don't quite understand why this would happen after pluggin in a USB mouse - but I've seen it numerous times after a liquid has been spilled on a keyboard.
Sounds like you need to replace the keyboard. Best way to test this is to plug in an external usb keyboard and see if you can type normally on it.
If the laptop keyboard exhibits this behavior, and the external keyboard doesn't - you should replace the laptop keyboard.
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
they can be horizontal. I think your graphics card on your motherboard is bad. you should consider sending it to acer so they can replace it with a new one.
Posted on May 18, 2008
Yes there is a fix for this issue. Try the following
1. Open control panel
2. Click on "MOUSE"
3. Click on "POINTER OPTIONS"
4. Uncheck "HIDE POINTER WHILE TYPING"
5. Click Apply
5. Click "OK"
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
SOURCE: MacBook Screen Repair
well dont fret, sounds like you need a new screen.
http://www.screencountry.com/ has them the cheapest ive found. replacing them does take time and alot of screws but is doable.
check out http://repair4laptop.org/disassembly_apple.html for instructions on replacing the screen for your specfic model. please take care when replacing the screen, there are alot of small part and screws. be sure to work at a clean table and make sure you have a couple hours to do it all at once. I did mine in two days and ended up with 7 extra screws when i was done :)
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
i had that problem once
right under the space bar on some dells
there is a ribbon cable that plugs the mousepad into the motherboard
its just a small clip must be checked
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Removing the keys can sometimes damage the very small retaining clips then it won't clip back in place.
You can get replacement keyboards on the Internet, I've bought keyboards for approx. US$20 from the USA. The keyboard is easy to remove and replace, no need to get a techo to do it.
Check out this WEB site :-
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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