Question about Toshiba Satellite Computers & Internet
I checked for any driver updated related to the keyboard but there were no updates . I turn off the PC ,remove the battery and hold the power button for 15 seconds.
Test it with USB keyboard, but chances are it'll work fine like that. You may have dirty keyboard, but worst case scenario you can just repalce the kbd, they're not expensive.
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
Testimonial: "Thank you for your response .I tried using on screen keyboard & it works fine . I borrowed a usb keyboard from a friend it was again working fine .But i want to use the keyboard it self and as you suggested the keyboard may have been dirty .so what method should i use to clean the keyboard safely ."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Spill on laptop..how do I clean
Disassembly guides with pictures:
How to remove keyboard.
Remove laptop LCD screen. http://tech.irisvista.com/laptops/ToshibaA3/remove_laptop_LCD_screen.htm
ONLY clean with 95% - 99% rubbing alcohol, then wait till COMPLETLY dry before re-assembling.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
This screen should have a 30 second count down, then start Windows normally. If yours doesn't do this, then she may have keyed the automated recovery and interrupter it causing an operating system error or glitch. If this is the case you will need to run a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc. If it does start Windows after the count down, then run a system restore. One of these will take care of your problem. Also, there is no locking command for the touch pad or enter key.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
Yes first of all take sursoon ka tail. lubricate your *** with oil and put your laptop in ***. make sure that full laptop(bumper to bumper) should be in your ***. then try to fart as loud as u can. the moment you will hear the fart . the keys will be enabled. its true i did it.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Yo, I think I got this one.
Someone brought this model of laptop to me and the keyboard and mouse were shot. Totally unresponsive. So I downloaded the driver found here
which is described on the drivers section of the toshiba site here
to be the button support.
I did this all with a USB keyboard and mouse by the way.
OK, so now that I can actually use them, I start to test out the touchpad and keyboard and had the same problem all you lot did. I looked at the keys which were giving me greif and saw that they are all keys that had alternate settings when used with the function (fn) key. Turns out that there was a fn lock on the keyboard which I cleared by holding the fn key and pressing f11. This turned off a little LED just above the "9" key and voila, working laptop again.
To test if this is the problem with your laptop, press and hold down the "fn" key and press any of the keys which are coming up incorrectly. If while holding it down (cancelling out the lock, like how shift and caps lock work) the correct character appears on screen, then you too are suffering from funct-itis (tm)
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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