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Keyboard For some reason i cannot do anything on my laptop because its keeps inputing the letter f. I cannot press any other letter i can only click my mouse and move the cursor. I can't access the admins. because i cannot type in my password i can only go into the guest profile?

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Re: Keyboard

Replace the keyboard as it seems the F key is probably jammed.

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This afternoon my laptop was working fine, then the keyboard started messing up, when I pressed any letter it came up with 4 other letters. Then i pressed '9' once and it continuously typed 9 until I

First thing I would ask is this. Was anything spilled on the key board? I had a situation similar to this and I found that my son spilled a Sprite and wiped it up but didn't tell me about it. One way to check this is to hook an aftermarket keyboard that runs off your USB2 port and see if the keys work correctly that way. If they do, I would suspect that something was spilled into your laptop keyboard.

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If your laptop keyboard types wrong characters, it is rather a software issue than an hardware one. This can happen if you accidentally press certain keys on your keyboard, which enable a certain kind of function.
Try the following steps in case your laptop keyboard displays wrong characters:
1.Go to the control panel option
Click ? 'Regional and Language Services' ? 'Languages' ? 'Details' ? 'Key Settings'
2.Select the option 'Switch Between Input Languages' and click on 'Change Key Sequence'
3.Ensure that all the check boxes are unchecked in this window and do the same for 'Switch to...(Keyboard Type)'
4.Click ?
'Ok' ? 'Ok' ? 'Apply' ? 'Ok'.
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Set toshiba L655 to factory settings windows 7 got deleted trying to install it from iso file from the bootdrive cd rw, (what someone told me to do) i know nothing about computers... any ideas F2, F8, an...


Toshiba laptops have what we call the recovery partition. To access that;
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  2. Press and hold letter C on the keyboard.
  3. While holding the letter C, press the power button.
  4. Keep holding the letter C button until you see "Windows is loading files".
If ever the recovery partition is not accessible, you need to contact Toshiba and ask for a recovery disc.

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Sometimes when you type a key on your keyboard, such as a "/", you might get an accented E, this is because certain QWERTY keyboards are set differently, depending on the region. Information on this can be obtained here:
To correct this issue, you need to set the Language Bar to a US Layout. Yes, you live in Canada, but your keyboard is not a Canadian-type Keyboard, it's a US Layout, so when setting up your keyboard, make sure you are setting it to English (United States).

You can change this by going to Start, typing in Language, then selecting Region and Language.

In the window that pops up, change the Format to English (United States), then click on that Keyboard and Languages tab and select Change Keyboards. Whatever you see in here, you want to remove it, since multiple keyboards might interfere with what Windows interprets putting into Windows. Before you remove anything though, click on Add, scroll to English (United States) and click on the + to expand it. Click on the + next to Keyboard, then put a check mark next to "US".

Press Okay. You should now see a selection in here that says English (United State) - Keyboard - US. Remove anything above or below that so they don't conflict. Before you exit this window, change the Default Input Language at the top to English (United States) - US. This should make your keyboard more accurate.
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  2. In Control Panel, if you are in Category View, click on Switch to Classic View (top left corner)
  3. Open Regional and Language Options.
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If a language does not appear in the Input language list, the fonts for that language might not be installed. If that is the case, follow the instructions below.

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Keyboard error

Sounds like the F key is stuck. If you can get the keytop off, you may be able to fix the problem. If not, you may need a replacement keyboard.
Hope this helps!

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