Question about ASUS 90-A4C1K1000 Keyboard
I have a loose key on my ASUS keyboard, how do I fix it, I have tried pressing it down but it keeps on coming off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Asus Keyboard Problem
You may have a problem with the keys on your keyboard sticking. And it could be the ALT key that's sticking. You can try to remove the keyboard unplug and reconnect the cable underneath it. Or better yet, try an external keyboard see if its doing the same thing so that you will have a better conclusion if its the keyboard or just the settings on your OS or BIOS.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
you can pull the keys out of their sockets and wipe the rubber and plastic holders with a wet cloth. but be very carefull to cloth should not leak, just be wet to dissolve and absorbe the sugar and other stuff that stick the keys. then just insert the keys in the sockets
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
Try another keyboard I think yours is faulty may have had moisture or water on it this is usually what happens. not straight away but through inner corrosion
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: Asus w2v laptop keyboard problem
Press Fn + Numlock. You have the number lock on, but laptops don't have a number pad. So it re-assigns these keys to overlay some existing ones. Once your number lock is turned off you should be ok.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
Sounds like the cat did more then just damage the F12 key. If the plastic connectors underneath the F12 are damaged or the white tactile is damaged then they keyboard is done in that aspect. What worries me more is that the right hand side of the keyboard is not usable.
What needs to happen is the keyboard needs to be taken out and reseated back into its slot on the motherboard and see if you can use all of the keys again minus the F12.
If you can then use the keyboard until you can get another one.
If you get the same results (not being able to use the right hand side of the keyboard) then the keyboard is bad and would need to be replaced ASAP or you can use an external usb keyboard for now.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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