Question about Acer Aspire Computers & Internet
My son droped my computer and smashed my screen which i replaced and i also replaced a non working keyboard that was not working correctly before the drop but now im finding that the new keyboard is missing letters. ive tried astra 32 to check the motherboard and what i understand by the results that it is working correctly. what else could it be thats stopping the letters from working?
It's must be a problem with the keyboard I think Replace it from the warrenty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have a sony vgc-la2
When pressing the connect button on the keyboard, you may also need to press the connect button on the USB receiver (I inferred from your post that you are only pressing the one on the keyboard?).
Try the button on both devices at close to the same time and see if that doesn't do it for you and let us know how it goes?
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
SOURCE: keyboard doesn't work properly
Turn on your computer, go to the control panel, if you are using Windows XP, click on switch to classic control panel" and then go to Accessibility Options. There is a keyboard tab that the settings can be changed to help people with disabilities operate their keyboards better but if you hold down certian keys for more than a few seconds, Windows XP will activate these settings. Sounds like your son accidently turned on "FilterKeys" There is a check box on the Keyboard tab of Accessibility Options that turns off FilterKeys. If "Use FilterKeys" is checked, uncheck that box and then click "OK" and see if that helps.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
Usually there is a sync (or synchronize) or connect button on the keyboard and also one on the base...the base is the part that plugs into the computer. Press both buttons at the same time and the base should find the keyboard.
If not, please add a comment to this question with the make and model of the keyboard and we can go from there. :)
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
If you just type 375376-001 motherboard into Google, you'll see places that sell direct replacements (as well as some ebay listings.)
The general listings I see tend to run over $200 for the mainboard. You may want to consider if it's worth a direct replacement or just putting the money toward a newer machine.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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