Question about Philips (PA1012) (DBPA1012) Keyboard
The monitor only displays what the computer tells it to; so the monitor is not part of the issue. Assuming it is plugged in, you need to restart the PC. I would recommend only changing the plug with the PC off. You either have an issue with the keyboard or the keyboard port. You can either try another keyboard on your machine or take your keyboard to another PC.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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