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Re: KEY BOARD DOSNT WORK PROPERLY
Take the back panel off by undoing the screws ,then un-clip the keyboard & under it you will see a ribbon cable going to the main board theirs two little clips on both sides where it joins, lift them up with your finger nails then push the ribbon in untill it's straight & all the pins are back in then clip it back down.test it before you put it back together. other than that clean under the buttons with some contact cleaner & a cotton bud.. GOOD LUCK........
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Log into safe mode and then try a system restore Click on start and then all programs Click on accessories and then system tools Choose system restore on the list and restore to an earlier time Then choose a date at least a day before this first happened Please let me know the results
Keyboard specially in laptops are connected to the main board via very tin flex wire underneath the keys, sometimes because of the frequent used and hard on pressing the keys, this flex can be easily damaged
I suggest you bring it to the service center and have it check
if your laptop is outside warranty you can check the connection to the keyboard, by removing the top bezel, undoing the keyboard retaining screws and then check that the ribbon cable for your keyboard is seated properly, If reseating this cable does not work the you can always order a replacement for your keyboard, you can find the part number for the keyboard you have, it should be printed on a tag on the reverse of the keyboard.
Hi, your Laptop has a integrated keypad. You or someone else might of turned this on, thankfully it is easily fixed. Just follow these steps,
1. Find and press the "Fn" key.
2. Find the F11 key there should be in blue letters "NumLk"
3. Press F11 while holding down the Fn key.
This should turn off the integrated keypad
Hope this works
i think u will hear the noise whn u pressing shift ,ctrl,and alt keys continusly na..these keys r called sticky keys.....pls press these keys 5 times continusly thn one window will come in that window thr is a option called turn off sticky keys pls tick the box u can remove the noise k
To check system board, connect external keyboard and see if all keys function normally. If the external works OK, check connections on laptop keyboard, making sure contacts are clean and fully seated in the ZIF socket If the external fails to function properly it is the system board. LINK check page 66 of 238
u have to become an engineer of ur keyboard, if u not than give it to nearest shop for reopairing or u have to just open ur key board & clean it by cloth(the dust has been occur inside in ur key board) if problem occurs than just reinstall ur driver