Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600 Notebook
Im getting so fustrated with this,
when i try to type using my keyboard....
not letter appear....
but if i press the keys thats are below the keypad (the mouse keys)
theres 2 big ones n 2 small ones...
well if i press the first big one hard then press a letter then the letter does appear,,,,,
but i have to keep pressing it hard once to do the same to the next letter....
(please say u understand what im talking about)
please help :-(
Have you tried hooking up an external keyboard to laptop to see if it work fine then? If it does, it is probably a setting on your browser...It sounds like to me...But what the heck do i know, i mainly work on televisions...smiles..HDTV GURU...JAY
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
Take out the keyboard and carefully clean the contacts of the ribbon using a white eraser.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
Ok, if u have installed any RAM or BIOS battery now is the time to tell me, or if what i just said made no sense then ur keyboard either has something spilt on it or its ribbon connection to the motherboard or daughterboard (depending in the laptop) is loose. about $25 down at a IT repair shop will fix that. if u want further explanation reply here,
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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