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Dell keboard Thanks alot bro your fix worked except the y and the 7 dont work, but every thing else seems cool, should I try the steps again??

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Well..sure..those are most likely from a bad keyboard, or some crud under those keys.

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I think that Ctrl+(Alt and/or Shift)+(Up or Down) should fix it. There are a couple of key combos to check, but I'm sure that one of the above will fix it for you.
If the key replys dont work you can go into the advanced settings of your video card and set it there. On my x1400 I can do the same thing in the ATI Catalyst Control Center. Once your in there you can turn the Hot Keys off that will flip your screen like that and you can also flip your screen the right way round.

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5 - Select "ATI Catalyst Control Center".
6 - Select "Displays Manager"
7 - Once the "Displays Manager" tab opens you should see at the bottom tab you should see a box marked "rotation". Set your rotation to 0 degrees landscape.

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Hi,
This might be an issue with your wireless device driver. Follow the steps.

Open RUN from START menu, type DEVMGMT.MSC, this will open the Device Manager window. There you can able to view the Network Adapter. Expand it and you can view your Wireless Adapter there. Right Click on that and select Uninstall. Reboot your PC and check whether its working or not.

If still not working means you need to re-install the wireless driver. If you have a driver CD insert that and install the wireless driver once again.
Or else you can download it from the below link (click on Dell).
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Please let me know the status.
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Hello,
The Operating System in your hard disk gone corrupt, you need new installation of Operating System using boot from CD/DVD.
P.S. Formating of Harddisk is recommended, because it seems the act of virus infection
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DO rate if helps

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Hi,
 
Since you are not able to boot to normal mode or safe mode, you have a couple of options available, one is a repair install of windows (may fix but risk of data loss) , second is a manual system restore listed below.
To perform system restore in the Recovery console
Step 1: Boot the system with the CD (Tap F12 while booting and select boot from CD)
Step 2: At "Welcome to setup screen" Press R
Step 3: Select the appropriate path for windows and press enter
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Step 4: We will now see the Prompt c:\windows
Step 5: type cd ..
Step 6: type cd system~1\_resto~1 and press Enter
Step 7: If "access denied"
Step 8: type cd windows\system32\config and enter
Step 9: Type ren system system.bak and enter
Step 10: restart the computer and get back to recovery     
console (follow step 1 - 5)
Step 11: type cd system~1\_resto~1 and press Enter
Step 12: type dir
               it will list you restore points
 
                        (e.g. RP1, RP2, RP3, RP4, etc...)
 
 
Step 13: select the one from the list except the last one say RP4   
Step 14: type cd RP3 (or RP2 or RP1 or RPn) and enter
Step 15: type cd snapshot and enter
Step 16: type copy _registry_user_.default c:\windows\system32\config\.default and enter
Step 17: type copy _registry_machine_security c:\windows\system32\config\security and enter
Step 18: type copy _registry_machine_software c:\windows\system32\config\software and enter
Step 19: type copy _registry_machine_system c:\windows\system32\config\system and enter
Step 20: type copy _registry_machine_sam c:\windows\system32\config\sam and enter
step 21: type cd \
Step 22: type cd windows\system32\config and enter
Step 23: type ren system.bak system and enter
Step 24: type exit and enter
Step 25: the computer restarts and the system will be 
successfully restored
 
Laptop user manual for Inspiron E1705 available at
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins9400/en/om/index.htm
 
Hope this helps. Please rate your feedback!
Thanks,
VJ

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7 next
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9 next
10 finish

it work,s dont forget to fix.. bye sir

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hi there,

try to reseat to take the keyboard out and blow it dry or clean it or something. click here: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins6400/en/om/parts.htm#wp1076839

then reseat the cable as well. check if it is still doing the same thing, then the keyboard needs to be replaced.

revert back to me if you have any questions ok?

Thanks,
Karlox :)

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