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I have c's running across my computer every time I go to type. I'll give you an example here in a minute because I will just let them run.  They also jump in in the middle of words. Likce cthis ccc     ccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc Thanks Joycec

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  • JoyceM Oct 26, 2007

    Should I start with the keyboard and replace it or should I get both the motherboard and the keyboard?  I am not sure how to start here.  Thanks

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This is the keyboard problem
change keyboard
keyboard sorted to motherboard so its problem coming

best of luck

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