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Re: The keyboard "n" letter does not respond
Its not a virus issue, Depending on how long and how hard you have been using your laptop keyboard, the hardware can become damaged over time. Best suggestion is to have it checked out by a local BestBuy Geek Squad Technician, to check to make sure that it is a hardware issue. Otherwise, they now have the roll out laptop keyboards for easy use and travel, and very hard to break.
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I have a Dell Studio laptop and sometimes some buttons become not responsive, including the power button. As for power button, I noticed that if you hold it for a few seconds, the laptop will turn on (at least in my case). The fix that works for me is as follows:
1. Turn the laptop off; 2. Disconnect the charger and take out the battery; 3. Wait for a few seconds; 4. Open the laptop lid (as you probably closed it while taking out the battery), push the power button and hold it for a few seconds. Nothing will happen as the laptop won't have any power, but it clears some sort of electrostatic load or whatever it's called; 5. Put the battery back in and turn on the laptop.
I used this for a few times, so perhaps it'll help in your case as well.
You may have unwanted debris under the keys. Turn the keyboard upside down and brush gently between the keys. If the problem then affects another key you know you are on the right track - the debris is moving around.
have you tried hitting the "numlock" key? Sometimes it is accidentally hit and that will cause your keyboard to fail to respond to average typing.
In addition there might be a key lock button on your laptop.
That is not a problem with the keyboard.( Cheers :P) That is the problem with your network connectivity. It is not able to load complete hotmail features properly. So it is not responding properly to the keyboard responses.
maybe the ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the system board is not fully inserted. I have had this problem in the past and its only solveed by completely dismantling the laptop and even then its not 100% certain thats what thet problem is
If you used it for less than a week its obviously still under warranty , just backup all the important data and get it exchanged
It is not a driver it is a keyboard that is having troubles itself unfortunately, you can try to find new one on eBay since that ones printed wires sort of are broken. What happens is that your keyboard pops out a little and disconnects some letters so you need to press in the middle to get it back to work, the same thing was happening to previous one.