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Enter key doesnt work

My enter key doesnt work on my laptop but every other key seems to.

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Well i understand it can be a bothersome issue to not be able to press enter but we have to identify the reason behind it , it could be the circuit is burnt so probably you will have to change the keyboard but as first try and see if the Enter key is functioning in the DOS screen , not in an operating system . press F10 to go to bios screen and therefore go to exit and press Enter , if it doesn't work just press cntl + alt + del and it will restart but with this it will show that the circuit is burnt and you have to replace the keyboard.

Posted on Jan 22, 2013

  • truhbul_prou
    truhbul_prou Jan 22, 2013

    Thank you, there arent any F keys on my keyboard though so how do i go about that?

  • thelord_368
    thelord_368 Jan 23, 2013

    the first row next to escape (Esc) button starts from F1 to F12

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