Question about IBM ThinkPad 390X 2626 Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
goto the device manager and uninstall the keyboard and restart the system. check that the error is still coming..
If still the error remain same ...shutdown the system and power off and just clap the each and every key of the keyboard to release the keys if any stuck. Check that error by rebooting the system. Hope that the problem is solved.
If still not then maybe the keyboard is going bad.
Cheers - Parveen
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
SOURCE: error 0210: stuck key 01
I assume its a laptop. laptops some times get stuck keys, meaning one of the keys has not fully released after it was depressed. I recommend getting some compressed air in a can and give it a good cleaning. there might be something stopping git from popping back up. then give the keys a little work out. just mash the keys a bit. then turn it back on. if you still have an error, then you might want to consider replacing the keyboard. if you don't, it will not harm you pc in anyway...good luck
Posted on May 04, 2010
SOURCE: how to fix an error
One of the keys on the keyboard is "stuck" in the "down" position, so that it keeps sending the same character. Quickly press/release each key, several times, to see if you can "unstuck" that key. Or, replace the keyboard.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
SOURCE: ERROR 0210: Stuck key 7B,
if this Problem before windows you need to reset keyboard cable anf if the Problem still you need to replace the keyboard
else if the Problem after windows just repair the Windows
Posted on Jul 11, 2011
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Sounds like one of two things...
1. Somebody spilled somthing or got some sticky junk in there and one of the keys is semi gummy.
2. The machine got banged around once too many times and one of the connections is slightly ajar.
So basically it sounds like it's hardware and not software, so you'll probably have to pull it apart yourself, or else take it to someone
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