Question about Microsoft Comfort Curve 2000 Keyboard
None of the keys has an effect,possible flash drive expiration
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There is a limit to how many
keystrokes a computer can retain ahead of what it is doing in real time. When
the number of keystrokes entered reaches that limit, no further keystrokes can
be entered and the warning tones indicate this fact to the user.
Try reestarting the computer to clear the
If the error persists after restarting, then probably
the spring loaded mechanism under the key in question has become stuck in the
depressed position. If so, try to gently lever the key up with the flat blade
of a table knife, avoiding, if possible, unclipping the key itself.
If this is not possible, you might
have to deliberately unclip the key to see if the mechanism under it is
damaged. If it is not or it can be unstuck, then carefully re-clip the key.
If none of the above are possible,
it may be necessary to replace the keyboard.
hope this helps.
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