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It is probably a driver problem. Which keyboard are you reffering to? Is it an external keyboard or the keyboard that comes with your laptop? I suggest that you update the keyboard driver of your computer. You can install RadarSync software so that you can scan your computer. This software will grab the correct driver update so you don't have to search for the driver anymore which is usually very hard to find.
check for some cd in the box keyboard come. If you find some insert it and install the drivers from it else you have to download the latest drivers from Logik website you can google this " Logik LKBWS10 keyboard drivers " if having trouble finding the drivers your keyboard might be working without the drivers but to get 100% of it you have to install the drivers
please RUN software diagnostic coming witht the laptop 2) Uninstall the driver corrupt for keyboard go to control panel and see the icon keyboard, and press properties. 3) restart the computer again, 4) Install the new driver you must have previously the driver download from your supply lenovo. God bless you
check your keyboard is detected in Device Manager or no. if no check your keyboard cable is in good condition (You'll need to open your laptop). or it might your keyboard driver isn't available. if yes you will have to install your keyboard driver or update it.
u need to spesify the product. normally u need to install the keyboard driver or dritek launch manager (for acer), or launch manager for hp. try to install those driver first and adjust from it's keyboard. hope this will help you.
Navigate to the Lenovo notebook support website. Once there select the make and model of
your laptop and navigate to the driver download page. as your keyboard
is not functioning well you will have to do this on a different pc.
Download the drivers for your laptops keyboard and save the on a thumb
drive(USB stick memory). Plug the stick into the USB port on your
laptop and Run the driver install program. This will install the
drivers for your keyboard and you will be up and running. I see this
alot when people plug an external keyboard into their laptop. When they
remove it the laptop retains the drivers it loaded to run the external
keyboard. You can also try to go into the device manager in the control
panel and right click on the keyboard and select rollback driver.
Either way will work. If you need more help feel free to contact me. George