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  • liltim58 Nov 20, 2007

    the green light comes on when booting, any other suggestions?



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Try to hit Num Luck of your keyboard, If the light green appear it means your keyboard is ok, but when it is not light-up it means keyboard damage try to used another keyboard.

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