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<p><b><span>For Desktop Computer:-</span></b><br />
<p><span>The dust that accumulates in
a work environment will get inside your keyboard. While this usually does not
create a problem for your keyboard, it is a good idea that you clean it out
from time to time. Here's how:</span><br />
<p><span>1. Disconnect the keyboard
from your computer CPU.<br />
2. Turn the keyboard upside down and over a trash can and gently shake the
keyboard to remove dirt from between the keys. It is ok to give the keyboard a
few slaps on its back side to jar loose any foreign material inside. Also, you
can give it a few short blasts of compressed air to help remove debris. <br />
3. You can moisten a soft cloth with a gentle cleaning agent to clean between
the keys if you like.<br />
4. Reconnect the dry keyboard.</span><br />
<p><b><span>For Laptop Computer:-</span></b><br />
<p><span>Laptop's keyboards are designed to last a
very long time and as long as you don't spill liquid in to it, it should give
you many years of worry free operation. You can clean the keyboard by using a
very mild cleaner applied to a soft cloth or by cotton. Don't spray the
cleaning agent directly on to the keyboard. Gently run the cloth or swab
between the keys until clean. </span><br />
Hi Amol, could you please provide that which key is not working properly. Or is that the issue with the Keyboard Language. If you installed a new OS on you PC the language should be changed. For that you need to open Contrl Panel-->Region and Language (if not available change the view by to small icons from category). --> Select Keyboard from the Tab--> Press Change Keyboards--> Select English US--> Apply & OK--> OK. You need to reboot your PC and test the Keyboard issue. If you still facing the same issue then please get back with the correct issue (which keys not working).
As you have the plastic pieces, set it as previously it has, may you don't know but do it as much as possible. One think you remember that, set the plastic such that air can give pressure on the sensor. Apply some gum on the side of the rubber. After that see the key have lock which can set on the clamp which is on the key board. Set it and apply a little pressure. It will work.
In real today the keyboards are non-repairable. So do it on your own and if you failure buy a new one.
Please try to deactivate the Fn (function) key. That will help you get rid of your problem. Press Fn key + Numlock key once and try again. You can also try pressing the Fn key once and type letters in any word processor program with the key combination everytime you press the Fn key once. E.g. open the notepad, press Fn once and after that press ) with Shift.
I don't have that keyboard in front of me so I can't tell you if you can just clean it. Most keyboard you can't however and a sticky key means time for a replacement keyboard.
The sticky can be from a few things. Something spilled on the key is usually the one. Then you can have a mechanical problem such as the return spring (if it has them) popped out of place. And the third is just wear.
Usually not worth fixing a keyboard anymore. Replacement cost on even a good keyboard can be pretty low.
With the laptop turned off, take out the hard drive completely from the laptop and then reseat it back into its slot and make sure its nice and snug.
Then go ahead and turn it on and see it will run without freezing on you and having to apply pressure on the keyboard.
If that doesn't work then disconnect the keyboard and see if it will run smoothly without the keyboard. If it does then you might have a stuck key on the keyboard that is making the unit freeze so you might have to replace the keyboard.
The spacebar is the most often used switch on your keyboard, so, yes, it's from overuse, but also from the fact that it is the longest key on your keyboard and the closest to the edge, all of this combining to make it the dirtiest key on the board.
So, get a keyboard cleaning kit, either professional or DIY which would consist of the following, cotton swabs, compressed air, and maybe a toothbrush and realize that all the stuff that accumulates under your keyboard's space key makes it harder to depress to the point where contact is made.