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Sounds like you will have to have the keyboard replaced. A good bang could have disconnected the internal ribbon cable, or maybe some food or drink spillage got in through the keys and short circuited the keyboard?
In the meantime, you could probably pick up a cheap wired or wireless USB keyboard (or keyboard/mouse combo) and try to use that with the laptop for the time being, until you can see about getting its keyboard replaced.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
That means either the keyboard is shot, or the interface (PS/2) version, is corroded, or blown.
got another keyboard around to try it with?
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