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Updates were not configured correctly. Reverting changes. Your fix-it was to do a system restore. It said to push the microsoft button on my keyboard. The problem is that my keyboard doesn't work while the above quote is on it and I cannot get it off. What can I do? Thanks.

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Hi Rick:
If the keyboard on the laptop doesn't work, have you tried to plug in an external keyboard to see if you can press the Microsoft Button on the external keyboard?

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