Question about Dell Latitude D820 Notebook
I didn't spill anything on my keyboard or anything like that, but all of a sudden I noticed my left and down arrow keys weren't responding. I tried the numlock, capslock, and Fn keys but it still doesn't work. The keys aren't stuck so I don't know what the problem is. Everything else works fine.
If its a sensor problem under the keyboard, gently blowing under the key or hoovering the keyboard may bring results, but it may just be the driver, so go to my comuter icon, right click, properties, the hardware tab, device manager and go down the list to keyboard, click the '+' sign to reveal your keyboard make, right click on it and select uninstal. Restart the notebook and the keyboard will be recognised again and the driver automatically installed. If none of that works your problem may be more serious in the way of a faulty circuit under the board
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
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