Question about Logitech Wireless Access Duo Optical Desktop Keyboard/Mouse KBWIREOPT
My Dell Inspiron keyboard is malfunctioning - it randomly does not register letters as I strike the key. It happens randomly and on any key. I then have to go back and "fill in the gaps" - hope that makes sense!
I am guessing that it is terminal, but hoping otherwise. I'd be grateful for any advice!
If this happens always with same key, then it is usually a bad key switch, and keyboard must be replaced.
If this happens randomly on a set of keys, then the keyboard flat ribbon cable is not well connected or is faulty, or the keyboard is faulty.
The laptop must be taken apart to check the keyboard connection.
The keyboard on dell is accessed removing determined screws underneath, then removing the upper cover that enclose pad and armrest.
If the keyboard is well connected, and fixing connector does not solve the problem, then the keyboard must be replaced.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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