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Typing on my notebook I have to type very hard or

Typing on my ASUS N80 notebook I have to type very hard or it will miss my keystrokes. Can I adjust the touch so that I won't have to pound on the keyboard or repeat keystrokes?

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Hello !

Try updating the BIOS of the system. Once that is done.

Turn off computer.
Remove battery.
Remove AC adapter.
Press power button for 20 seconds to power drain.
Place battery and AC adapter back.

Turn on system and check the keyboard.

Good luck !

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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