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Keyboard problem my letter T in my laptop wont wor. everytime i turn my laptop on it makes a beep sound that wont stop until i press on enter several times.

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Tengo un problema con mi computadora esta tiene bloqueada la clave de labios y no puedo utilizarla si alguien sabe una solucioin por favor le pido me ayude, por favor hace mucho que no la puedo utilizar mi email es

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Re: keyboard problem

It is difficult to give you a solution without a brand and model number. However, you can find a new keyboard on the internet for your laptop and installation is usually simple. That will solve your problem.

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Keyboard beeps when any key is pressed eventhough all sticky key and filter key is turned off

get a cheap usb keyboard, plug it in and see if same issue shows

if it does, your keyboard on laptop is shot

if the usb keyboard does same thing, it's a more major issue on motherboard

anything spill on this unit by chance?

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Letter t is not working could it be due to software issue

You have an internal connection issue inside your keyboard, the easiest option is a replacement keyboard, these can be found on ebay, just search for your model number.

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Acer extensa 5620 starts booting with a beeping sound . any way when some keys are pressed the beeping sound stops and the copmuter performs normally.

This is likely caused by a stuck key somewhere on the keyboard. A computer's BIOS will beep repeatedly if it is receiving too much input when booting, like if you were holding down a letter key while starting up. By pressing other keys you're probably breaking the repeating input which is why it stops beeping and works normally.

My recommendation would be to check all of the keys on your keyboard to see if any of them are stuck down or generally sticky, or if any of them appear damaged in any way.

If they are not, it may be a problem in the connection from the keyboard to the laptop's motherboard, which would likely require the laptop's keyboard to be replaced, which can be a tricky process. I definitely advise consulting a professional to do a repair like that.

Hope this is helpful!

May 09, 2011 | Acer Extensa 5620 Notebook PC

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My k'board is not responding properly I have to hold the key down to get it to type a letter. Help. Each time a key is pressed it makes a ''blip'' sound also. Strangely the k'board worked fine when logging...

You need to turn OFF your Filter Key option for beeping key strokes.
1) Go to START > Control Panel > Accessibility Options
2) In the window Accessibility Options > select the tab Keyboard
3) Under frame FILTER KEYS, select button SETTINGS
4) In the window Settings For FilterKeys > under NOTIFICATION >
5) UNcheck "Beep when keys pressed or accepted".

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Keyboard letters opkbnm not working on dell inspiron laptop,

Sounds like keyboard failure, replacement keyboards are around $20 on Ebay

Jun 23, 2009 | PC Laptops

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The letter "H" on your keyboard got stuck and it's like pressed down all the time. You can pop out the key then clean it. If the issue is resolved, you should not hear the beeping sound anymore when you boot up the unit. Or better yet, if your under warranty, contact Toshiba, 1-800-457-7777 and they'll be blad to repair your keyboard.

Hope this helps.

Sep 16, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook

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Laptop problems.......................Sony Vaio PCG9L2P

Using a USB keyboard should pose no problem, just plug it in and it should work fine.

The other problems are difficult to diagnose without using tools to work on it.

First make sure you don't have a stuck key.

Checking whether the laptop keyboard/cable is seated correctly or removing it and reseating it may stop the problem.

If you do this be sure the laptop is not plugged in and the battery is removed.

I'm not familiar with sony laptops though most laptops if you remove the panel with the power button, sometimes held on by screws beneath the battery, you can remove two or three screws to remove the keyboard.

Doing this may solve your problem though I've never seen such a problem before. You either have a bad keyboard or motherboard.

I would guess the keyboard first since C does not work and you have to press Prt Scr/Print Screen to make it boot to stop a ringing noise. It kind of sounds like you may have a stuck key and since C does not work it would most likely be C that is stuck.

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Toshiba Laptop Keyboard problem

My Toshiba Satellite A45 S120 keyboard has a problem, some of the keys are not working. When you type it does noting. Sometimes when you start the computer, it continuously types the letter eeeeeeee. You can hit some keys randomly and this will stop, but if you start a program (eg. ms word) the same thing happens.

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