My keyboard suddenly have messed up all keys, when i press backspace my PC will immediately switched off and some of the number keys are not working as well. when i press ? button, the outlook pops out, and > key, my document pops out....
Go control panel, hit mouse and find default settings. hit default, ok and do a reset on your computer.
If you have a special install disk for your mouse when the system starts back up ,test your keys then install the disk(or CD). if this does not correct your problem , check to see if someone changed the language on your pc. If english, buy a new keyboard.
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I have the same problem - but it is a Charter email problem not a keyboard problem. The backspace key quit working suddenly and it doesn't work on ANY computer - so it's not related to the keyboard. I must have inadvertently changed the settings or something...
The scroller and some of the top buttons will not work without the driver. Many other buttons do work fine without the driver. This is an old keyboard and I think they only made a driver for Windows 2000.
If the backspace key is not working they keyboard is probably defective.
that happens when the spring/switch of the specific key go bad, normally in such cases the entire keypad have to be changed but if you are lucky then it is possible that only one key will be changed.... so without wasting time get it repaired from some professional
in all likelihood your shift key is stuck. try pressing and releasing both shift keys in an attempt to "free" them. Also, check to ensure that "sticky keys" is not enabled on your computer(pressing and holding the shift key for about 10 seconds should pop up a window if it is. if the window appears, just make sure that the key is not "stuck" by windows).
Solution: mechanical agitation for your shift keys to attempt to free them, and a good thorough cleaning for all of your keyboard with canned air and/or a lint free cloth damp with dilluted isoprophyl alchohol to prevent this from happening in the future with these or other keys. Alternately, replace your keyboard.