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If your keyboard is not working in your laptop, it could be that your keyboard cable has come loose from your motherboard over time. This is not usually the case, however. In most instances, the keyboard has shorted and a replacement keyboard needs to be installed on the system in order to make it work properly again. If you are not used to working on laptops, I would not suggest you do this yourself. The keyboard is usually anchored in by several screws and in certain models of laptops can be difficult to remove. A computer repair shop should be able to remove the keyboard and get you a replacement. However, if you are careful, you can remove the keyboard yourself. The keyboard should have information on the back of it such as model number. You can use this to find and order a replacement keyboard.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: letter e not working on keyboard
Good day! Have you accidentally spilled a liquid on the keyboard? Or is someone using your laptop as well? Do you have a kid of your own, nephews, nieces who might have played with it. Your issue is common not only with this brand. Please do try the step below.
Try to load default settings in BIOS. You can do this by restarting your computer and pressing F2 or F8 ( this would depend on the brand - refer to your user's manual) button a couple of times as soon as you see your manufacturer's logo when booting up. From there, press F9 then press enter and press F10 to save and exit. This is to eliminate the possibility of a hardware issue. If this issue still persist, it might already be a physical issue. Bottom line is, replace the keyboard or if the unit is still under warranty, you might want to send it to your manufacturer's depot for repair or they have local service providers I believe near your area. I suggest you call them.
Posted on Nov 10, 2011
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