Question about Medion MD-40954 Notebook
Build-in laptop Keyboard types wrong characters. External keyboard works fine. The key affected are n => mn m=>mn. v => vb, b => vb, Space act like Enter key. I purchased a new keyboard and replace it and still having same problem. Just reinstall Vista and problem is still there. I'm out of ideas. I did checked my Language and keyboard setting including mapping. None of these are enabled Num-lock Scroll Lk, ect...
Any suggestions is much appreciated. I'm going out of my mind!
The problem is with your keyboard not with its s/w. if u have installed vista and still the problem remains then it is problem of keyboard. pls rush to nearest service center. don't do much experiment
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Question: "Some letters on my keyboard result in the wrong character. This problem showed up weeks after purchase. Initially it was working fine".
You've done unbelievably well to type an error-free, letter-perfect question, despite the character confusion.
This is a very strange problem to have on a desktop keyboard (Dynex Keyboard and Mouse), since the way to achieve the above sentence as you have written it, is to use the Fn and NumLk keys, on a laptop keyboard, to enable buttons with multiple functions to print their alternative characters designated to them.
Desktop keyboards do not usually have Fn keys and the NumLk key on a desktop keyboard locks and unlocks the Number Pad on the right of the keyboard, which usually has no alternative letter values on its keys.
Solution: Press and hold the Fn (Function) key on your keyboard > press the NumLk (Number Lock) key (usually F10, F11 or F12) > release both keys > test keys J, K, L, U, I, O etc. again.
That should resolve your problem.
I hope this helps.
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