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T,y, backspace, caps lock not working


probably faulty hardware related to keyboard. you can try reinstall keyboard drivers but that probably will not solve your your problem. i advice you to take your laptop to a repair service for change that keyboard

Aug 27, 2012 | HP Pavilion AllinOne MS214 185" Desktop PC...

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Shift key isn't working properly it is backspace how do i fix this problem


this has been a problem with my "internet navigator logitech keyboard" and when i run the "#keyhistory" script i get these results after hitting
the following keys :

L L RightShift L L CapsLock L L

VK SC Type Up/Dn Elapsed Key Window
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
4C 026 d 0.47 L
4C 026 u 0.16 L
4C 026 d 2.89 L
4C 026 u 0.17 L
A1 136 d 2.19 RShift
A6 16A a d 0.02 Browser_Back
A1 136 u 0.16 RShift
A6 16A a u 0.00 Browser_Back
4C 026 d 0.80 L
4C 026 u 0.13 L
4C 026 d 2.52 L
4C 026 u 0.14 L
14 03A d 6.05 Caps Lock
AA 165 a d 0.02 Browser_Search
14 03A u 0.19 Caps Lock
AA 165 a u 0.00 Browser_Search
4C 026 d 4.80 L
4C 026 u 0.14 L
4C 026 d 0.11 L
4C 026 u 0.14 L

and as you can see I have two problems with this. One problem is that when i am in an internet browser and i hit shift it acts as Backspace/Back and when i am renaming a folder and i hit shift to use caps it also acts as Back. The other problem is similar with the Caps Lock key, whenever i am in an internet browser and i hit Capslock, the Search window appears and the Capslock function gets activated as well.
I was trying to Remap these two keys but i wasn't successful in doing so,
for the shift key i tried remaping 00_6A and E0_6A to another key and i also tried remapping 00_36 to another key and neither of these two helped.
and for Caps lock i tried remapping E0_65 to another key and it didn't work. I also tried turning off both the shif key and the CapsLook key and their that only turned off their original function but it didn't turn off the backspace or the search functions.

Aug 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Lenovo 3000 C100 certain keys stopped working


try hocking up another keyboard to the laptop This is the best i can help im only 10 years old and i am very good at fixing things

Jul 11, 2010 | Lenovo 3000 C200 Notebook

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Hi im sorry to bother u but im wondering wich letter goes on each key ? plz answer back soon thank u!


1234567890-=backspace
tab qwertyuiop
caps lock asdfghjkl;'enter
shift zxcvbnm,./ shift
ctrl fn alt space bar alt ctrl
besides # and letters most keyboards r a bit different...hope this helps.

May 13, 2010 | Toys

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Inspiron 1525 backspace and H keys not working.


you can always ket a keyboard off ebay. depending on the model its for between $12 and around $20

Apr 26, 2010 | Dell 0Y3740 Keyboard

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Hi: can you tell me where or how to access the shift key on the hp mini 110


The shif key is the one under the ENTER key and another one under the CAP LOCK key

Nov 07, 2009 | HP Mini 1000 Netbook

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On the IBM selectric 2 - the keys are locked up -


Try the shift key, then try pressing each key on the key board one may be partially tripped.

DickyO

May 07, 2009 | IBM Wheelwriter 30 Typewriter

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