Question about E-Machines Keyboards & Mice
Do you have the availability of using another keyboard to try to narrow it down to see if it's just the keyboard. I would first turn the computer off, then make sure that the plug is securely connected to the PC, and make sure that there are no buttons stuck or any foreign objects stuck in between the keys. You can usually accomplish this by turning the keyboard upside down, and gently tapping it to make sure nothing is stuck. Then try booting the PC up and check to see if you can see any lights (if available) as it's booting up, you would normally see the NUMLOCK light blink on. Once the system is completely up, if it's still not working then it could be your keyboard, try switching it out. If the keyboard you replace still doesn't work, then there's something wrong with the keyboard port on the PC. If that's the case you may want to take it to your local computer repair establishment for further inspection. Let us know how it turns out.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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