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Toshiba A60-672 keyboard

Letters x, c, v, m and the ' and # keys do not respond.
The driver loaded is the standard 102/103 key keyboard, not sure if this correct but cannot find any specific drivers or special software on Toshiba site.

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  • Woodgnome Mar 11, 2008

    Yep, USB keyboard works.

    I have also tried a second laptop keyboard, which, has the same problem.

    Motherboard BIOS has been updated to latest release, just in case.

    What would be my next move.

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If you have another keyboard to try so do it!

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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    arben pllana Mar 11, 2008

    Buy new keyboard

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