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I was actually travelling throughout central America and even in December it gets unbearable with the heat, so I sweated on certain keys that shorted out. I have the Samsung rf511 laptop. I just googled "laptop repair" for my city and called. They offered to put in the keyboard free and only charge for the keyboard itself. they say around 50 bucks for the keyboard but i've found ones for 20 on ebay.
there is no reason the keyboard should have stopped working unless something in the form of a liquid solvent was introduced into the keyboard area. Call the store where you purchased it or take it back along with your receipt for a warranty exchange.
Sony Vaio is one of the most unreliable laptops known to man, and some known to monkeys. My suggestion- save everything you want on cds/dvds and reload whendoze. After that, send it back to Sony if you can.
This bug happens because on some machines (laptops) the keyboard key with the code “e02a” is for the hibernate key or perhaps another one is actuating with in the psftware pr may even be stuck all togerther. try using an external keybaord to see if you can overide the internal keyboard this maybe helpful at least to diagnose what it is you are doing since an older keyboard is hardware and doesn't have "unknown" keys so to speak