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Re: keypad problem in lenovo laptop
Hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? Friend try to do this solutions it will help you.
Problem: You Type One Key, and a Different Character
This is an interesting problem with four possible causes:
You really didn't type what you thought you did. Look at your
fingers. Now look at the screen. Now look at your fingers again. Is everything
the way it should be? Good!
If you have a programmable keyboard, you or someone else might
have reprogrammed the keys so that they don't do what they normally do. Refer to
the keyboard's manual for instructions about how to reprogram the keys.
If you're in a specific software program, some programs let you
reprogram the keyboard from within the program. When you exit the program, your
keyboard should be back to normal.
It's possible your keyboard is broken. Try hooking another
keyboard up to your system and see how it works.
Problem: Your Keyboard Isn't Responding Properly
What do you do if you hold down a key and it repeats too fast
or too slow? Windows lets you make adjustments to your keyboard via the Keyboard
Properties dialog box.
Just open the Control Panel and select Keyboard, and then
select the Speed tab. Adjust the Repeat Delay and Repeat Speed settings to your
liking, and then test your settings by clicking in the blank box and holding
down a key. After you have things adjusted to your liking, click OK.
Problem: Your Wireless Keyboard Isn't Responding
This is the same issue as with a wireless mouse—your batteries
are getting weak. Replace the batteries in your wireless keyboard to put things
It's also possible that you're experiencing interference with
some other wireless device. Try moving your wireless receiver or the offending
device, or turning off the other device while you're at the computer. Just try these solutions friend. Hope I helped you Good luck
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We the experts here at FixYa aren't that much expert to read the jumbled words. Well, it seems like you are having trouble writing with the keyboard, or keypad you are using. Well, try changing the keyboard/ keyboard port, and in case of Laptop, remove the keypad, by opening the keypad screws front the base, open the keypad strip and re-insert it after cleaning it with some cleaning liquid used for electronics like CTC, or WD40. If the problem still persists, that the keypad/ keyboard needs to be physically examined.
Most laptops do not have a dedicated print screen key, but instead have a function key (lower left of the keyboard, with some abbreviation of the word "function" on a key in a different color than the writing on the rest of the keys). Once you find the function key, look at the writing on the other keys that is the same color as the writing on the function key. One of those "other color" labels will be for print screen, and to use it, you hold down the function key at the same time as you push whatever key says print screen in the other color.
I presume you are using Microsoft Word for editing? At the bottom look and see if you notice the letters OVR. That means your editing function is set to over write. Just hit your Insert or INS key to make it go dim which means the overwrite function is disabled. Then try typing again. With the over write function disabled you should be able to type normally and insert words instead of over writing or erasing previous characters.