Question about Lenovo 3000V200 Laptop
If your keyboard is not working right there are two suggestions I have to see if the problem is with the keyboard or the computer. If you have access to another computer I would plug it into that and try it out. If it works fine there then you know the issue is with the computer. If it doesn't then you may want to talk to the manufacturer if the computer is under warranty to get a free keyboard. If it's not under warranty you may want to pick up a new key board. They are only about $10 - $15.
If the keyboard seems to work on another computer it is likely an issue with the computer. One possibility could be the keyboard drivers. This is more common on keyboards with buttons alone the top to turn the computer on/off and open Internet Explorer. If this is the case see if you still have the drivers disk that came with the computer and use that to reinstall the drivers for your keyboard.
If you reinstall the drivers and it is still happening the best way to find what is causing the issue is to keep an eye on what you are doing when the keyboard stops working. Is it in Internet Explorer? Is it in Notepad? Is it in Windows Mail? And if it stops working in one of these programs does it work in other programs and just not that specific program? This would indicate that the issue is with that program and not with the keyboard or Windows.
I hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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