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Keyboard! Hi all, the keys on my laptop keyboard click every time they're pressed! It's really annoying! Can anyone tell me how to get rid of it?

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Re: Keyboard!

You did not specify your model of the laptop. Check in your bios to see if there is a keyboard click option. If so diasble it, or change it to no click sound

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