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Some keys laptop keyboard not working

Using onscreen keyboard some keys not wkg afteer i did a complete system restore

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Keyboard Compaq 6710b. "V" key


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From your description the main keypad will need to be replaced, there are no seviceable parts, I suggest a computer tech to remedy the problem.

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Hello, here are the steps to resetting your computer.



Reinstall Windows from a Disk



1 Turn on your Toshiba Satellite. Insert your recovery disk or the original Windows operating system DVD

into the Satellite's CD/DVD drive. Turn off the computer.



2 Turn on the Toshiba Satellite. In the first few seconds while it is starting up, press and hold the F12 key on your keyboard to access the Boot Menu. (Note: Some Toshiba models may tell you to press "C" to boot

from the CD-ROM). The screen will display boot for this boot up session only.



3 Use the arrow keys to navigate. Select the CD-ROM/DVD drive to highlight it. Press "Enter." Be aware that this setting is for this session only; it is not a permanent change.



4 Allow the computer to start up. Follow the onscreen instructions for reinstalling the operating system from the disk.



Reinstall from a Recovery Partition



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2 Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate the menu. Move the keys to select "Repair Your Computer." Press "Enter."



3 Select your language and keyboard; click "Next."



4 Select your Windows user name from the drop-down menu. Enter your password if required. Click "OK." This will begin the "System Recovery Options" menu.



5 Select the Toshiba Recovery Wizard and follow the onscreen instructions. The Toshiba Recovery Wizard will delete all existing data on the hard drive and reinstall Windows.



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2 hours ago my backspace key randomly stopped working


Always restart the computer first. This fixes many problems. Assuming you have tried this, a Windows System Restore may help. In Windows XP: 1. Log on to Windows as an administrator. 2. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Restore. sammiller001_1.png
3. On the Welcome to System Restore page, click to select the Restore my computer to an earlier time option, and then click Next. 4. On the Select a Restore Point page, click the most recent system restore point in the On this list, click a restore point list, and then click Next. Note: A System Restore message may appear that lists configuration changes that System Restore will make. Click OK. sammiller001_2.png
5. On the Confirm Restore Point Selection page, click Next. System Restore restores the previous Windows XP configuration, and then restarts the computer. 6. Log on to the computer as an Administrator. Then click OK on the System Restore Restoration Complete page. 7. If you successfully restored your computer to a previous state, and the computer performs as expected, you are finished. If this does not alleviate the problem, you could use a USB keyboard, or use the Windows OnScreen Keyboard. To do this: 1. Click on the Start menu 2. Point to All Programs 3. Point to Accessories 4. Point to Accessibility 5. Select On-Screen Keyboard

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Looks like it mush H/W failure. If you are really in need of using the Keyboard, try using the OnScreen Keyboard.(In windows its located under the SYSTEM TOOLS in ACCESSORIES.) Or Buy an external USB keyboard. And if your NUM keys don't work specifically try using the NUMPAD alone keyboard.

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This could be a possible hardware issue. You can try to use an external USB keyboard and check if the keys are working or not. If you do not have an external keyboard, you can try to use the onscreen keyboard. To do this, go to start>programs>accessories> accessiblity and then choose on-screen keyboard. Open a notepad and try to use the keys which are not working using the onscreen keyboard. If onscreen keyboard works fine , then you need to get the keyboard replaced.

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Please check the keyboard in BIOS. To do this, you need to restart your system. As soon as you restart your system, start tapping the F2 key located on the keyboard. If you are able to get to BIOS, it means keyboard is working fine. However, if not and you are able to get to the Windows start up screen, please click on start button>programs>accessories>accessibility>onscreen keyboard. Open a notepad or wordpad and try to type using the onscreen keyboard. If it works, it means that your keyboard has gone bad and needs to be replaced. Thanks

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Please go to start menu> then programs> accessories> accessibility> onscreen keyboard. Open a notepad and try to type using the onscreen keyboard. If the keys are working using the onscreen keyboard, then you need to get the keyboard replaced. You can contact Dell if your system is under warranty.

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