Question about Sony VAIO VGP-WKB1 Keyboard
U r keyboard is likely to b defective or ur ram..
lightly strike/tap the keypad using ur hand..
if u r a professional, open the keyboard..deep clean all the carbon contacts beneath the keys using Iso-Propyl alcohol..put/stick 'Carbon-Dots' (available in cheap level spare market) as n where necessary..
hope it'll work..
better to seek professional supervision esp of ur system admin/vendor....
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
In laptops with a small screen (14,15" ) the keyboard is accordingly smaller than for desktops, and there is no numeric keypads, or arrow pad. So the keys 7,8,9 0, U,I,O,P,J,K,L ,comma, dot, / have a triple function: the primary function, the shifted function, and a third accessed by an FN-Fx key combination. The actual key combination may depend on manufacturer. If that key combination has been activated, the foregoing keys perfom the third function they were designed for.
Read your laptop manual to find out how the Fn- function key works and deactivate the Fn-Fx combination responsible for your keyboard behavior.
I know it will help. I am posting this solution for the benefit of all bona fide askers who may be tempted to dismantle their laptop when such dismantling is uncalled for.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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