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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ok solution you need to open the computer select c drive right click it select properties list will open select tools here you will see drive errors click it will scan for anything not working if not try this in search bar bottm left type in drivers this will open the device manager look in list select keyboard update driver done
1.Make sure the "Caps Lock" key is not on. Though this will be obvious to most people, if your keyboard is typing in only upper-case letters it can't hurt to check. Look at the "Caps Lock" indicator light on the top right corner of your HP keyboard. If the light is on, strike the "Caps Lock" key on the left side of your keyboard. This will turn the "Caps Lock" off, allowing you to type in lower case letters again.
2.Make sure the "SHIFT" keys on your HP keyboard are not stuck. Dust and dirt can build up on a keyboard over time, which can cause certain keys to stick. If either of your keyboard's "SHIFT" keys get stuck, your computer will type in only capital letters. Use a toothpick or cotton swab to remove the gunk from the key, which should help it return to its normal position.
3.Unplug your HP keyboard and then plug it back it. This will remove the device from your operating system and then automatically add it back in. This can have the same effect, essentially, as restarting your computer. If your keyboard was typing in capital letters due to an error being stored in your operating system's memory, that error will now be cleared and the HP keyboard will function as normal again.
4.Update your HP keyboard driver. Click "Start" and then right click on "Computer." Click "Properties" and then "Device Manager." Right click on the listing for your keyboard and then click "Update Driver." This will update the computer software that is associated with your HP keyboard. If your keyboard was typing in all capital letters as a result of an error with this driver, the error will now be fixed and you can use your keyboard normally again
If you are trying to use the numbers in the numpad, Then make sure the Numlock is on. Even after this if the numbers are not appearing then, Install the key board driver given in the CD or through the company web site. Even after that if the key board is not functioning then, you may need to take the key board to a technician. May be a possible crack in the keyboards circuit board.
Sounds like the liquid has acted like a glue. You will need to get a cotton bud and dip it into some clean water. Try and clean the hole again and see if it still playing up. Also restart the computer and retry word to see if the same thing is happening.
You have stuck keys from when you removed to clean. Remove the stuck keys and see if it works OK when you press the rubber cap instead of key The back space one may have a link under it if it is a wide one ensure it is fitted correctly
I had a similar problem but it would also intermittently not recognize certain keystrokes like the shift key or a few letters. I pulled the keyboard off and blew it out with canned air, then reseated the micro ribbon cable to the motherboard and it hasn't failed since. Good luck