Question about Dell 0Y3740 Keyboard
You have not described the keyboard.
If it is a wireless keyboard, you may be operating at the limit of the range. Typically, the range is 6 ft. for 900 Mhz keyboards, somewhat longer for bluetooth.
The batteries in the wireless keyboard may be low.
If it is a USB keyboard, it may be drawing too much current from the USB port if it has "bells and whistles". A powered USB hub would cure that problem.
If your answer is "none of the above", I would recommend buying a basic keyboard replacement for $10 to $20.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Hello is a notebook keyboard is no solution the only one going be to replace but the problem can be in the motherboard of the laptop maibe because a fall or drop of liquids if you really what to fix it maibe you need to seek professional help that can take a look at it and thell you the really reason so you dont go buy a new keyboard and kep the same problem thanks and good luck
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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