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Some keyboards on my laptop is not working

Some keys on my laptop are not working

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  • aidanben Feb 28, 2009

    toshiba equium 2 kee's not woking see below

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I had the same problem when I dropped like 2 drops of water on it these keyboards that come with this laptop are unbelievably sensitive sadly I did have to buy the new keyboard but luckly the keyboard is only $50.

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