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Keyboard control unit problem

When start my laptop it gives a beep after that its opening windows, its entering y keys automatically, then i remove keyboard also same thing happed,when i fixed new keyboard also same thing happed but keyboard also not working, after that i remove touch pad than its not entering y key but my touch pad is working perfectly i don't know y its happening like that, if i fixed any of this (keyboard , mouse pad) it gives these y letter, i thing its having a problem with keyboard controller, can v repair that controller, if u have other solution

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Re: keyboard control unit problem

Either the keyboard/mouse (2 in 1 on laptops) drivers are invalid in which case you can go to and download the keyboard/mouse drivers and/or utility.

Let me know if this works for ya,

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