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My Key Board is Not Working

When my computer is Start but the Computer have not detect my key board. when booting process is done no key is working on this computer but another key board is working on my computer. The damaged key board is not working on another computer. what is the problem please tell me. and solve my problem.
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The swapping process you have used already have clearly shown that your keyboard is faulty. It may be that a key is pressed down permanently / faulty and this blocks the signalling - check all the keys carefully to ensure none is depressed. Or one of the Connector pins (the part that goes into the computer) is bent - you may need to check and use a tool to straighten it.
But it is good to know that Keyboards are cheap to replace. If the above did not help, you can buy another keyboard for as low as £5 and then continue enjoying your computer.

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