Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S2276 Notebook
This is little information to go off of Ricky.
But, try this:
Obtain a usb keyboard, startup the computer with the usb keyboard, and see if that works ok when you get to windows.
If that does work then right click computer, click manage, then click device manager.
Find the category for keyboards, expand that category and remove the entry for your onboard keyboard, and restart the computer.
Hopefully windows will reinstall the correct driver, and/or reset corrupt configuration settings so that it works.
if this doesn't work then it may be a hardware failure, you may need a new keyboard, or you may need to have the unit dissasembled far enough to check the connection of the keyboard to the motherboard.
This is assuming that its a laptop not a desktop.
Good luck and post back with your success or lack of.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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