Question about IBM ThinkPad 390X 2626 Notebook
My key R is stuck. And some some letter keys become numbers once I press them
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: error 0210: stuck key 01
I assume its a laptop. laptops some times get stuck keys, meaning one of the keys has not fully released after it was depressed. I recommend getting some compressed air in a can and give it a good cleaning. there might be something stopping git from popping back up. then give the keys a little work out. just mash the keys a bit. then turn it back on. if you still have an error, then you might want to consider replacing the keyboard. if you don't, it will not harm you pc in anyway...good luck
Posted on May 04, 2010
SOURCE: ERROR CODE "0210:KEY STUCK 39
I got the 0210 stuck key error on a Lenovo Thinkpad T61, pc would not bootup, made sure keyboard was connected and cleaned with aircan and then went into bios and via F1 on startup, then went to CONFIG then to Keyboard/Mouse then I disabled the TrackPoint. Boots up fine now but the red nipple mouse is disabled due to action mentioned above. Looks like a warranty fix for Lenovo since this is a newer laptop. If it was out of warranty i would just skip using it and leave it disabled. The trackpad works fine.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
SOURCE: Error 0210: Stuck Key 01
This is a system board POST/BIOS error code (nothing todo with Windows). The ERROR 210: is a standard POST (Power On Self Test) errormessage that indicates an error with the keyboard. The error condition is thata keyboard scan code was received from the keyboard when none was expected,after the keyboard was reset. If this occurs most of the time when you power on yoursystem, then it indicates that a key is sticking down or the key mechanical orelectrical parts are broken. Sometimes blowing out and cleaning out around thekeys will resolve this problem. Otherwise, you need to replace your keyboardwith a new (or at least a working) one.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
SOURCE: I have an IBM Think
F1 may appear as a secondary key on your computer. When the error message starts, try first pushing the 'Fn' key (near Ctrl), and then clicking the F1 button. Then you can follow your computer's instructions to fix the problem.
Posted on May 02, 2011
Tips for a great answer:
Jul 15, 2015 | IBM ThinkPad R60 Notebook
Jan 09, 2014 | IBM ThinkPad 390X 2626 Notebook
There are issues with
the ThinkVantage Button at boot as it doesn't do what its suppose to. Just use the F1(BIOS Setup), F11(pre-boot/recovery
area) and F12(boot device
a reminder to practice press and release when pressing a button. We sometimes get impatient and do a key hold
down for a while rather than multiple
press and release.
I hope this would resolves your ERROR 0210: Stuck key
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