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Ha, it's because your wrist or thumb is touching the mousepad occasionally - some are more sensitive than others.
Try turning the mousepad off while typing, sometimes there is a button at the mousepad area, others it's an Alt-Function key. Look for a symbol on the F-keys that look like a finger touching a square or mousepad. This, and the Alt key combination will shut it off and then back on again when you select them.
An external or USB keyboard and mouse works great for me.
If those are the only keys on the key board that are not responding, I would try to
1. boot in safe mode and check response. If you have other keys on the laptop that are not working,
2. I would boot operating system from a flash drive and check
and if both still are not working for you
3.try an external key board
The Fn key is a key found usually on the keyboards of portable computers (laptops, netbooks etc) and sometimes on desktop type keyboards.
It is a key usually marked with a blue coloured "Fn" and is located somewhere on the bottom left row of keys.
The Fn key is used in combination with other keys that have (usually) blue letters or icons on them to activate the special functions (Fn) on these keys.
For example, on the laptop I'm writing this on; If I press F5 the computer would perform the action my software has normally assigned to F5. If however I press the Fn button and F5, the computers internal function for decreasing screen brightness is invoked.
Different computer makes have different assignment to their keyboard Fn so you can't generally say press Fn+F5 to decrease screen brightness, it might be assigned to something else, volume or sleep-mode or even nothing. The "blue" text or icon will give an indication of what it will do.
Hello, to deactivate the HOLD function is usually possible by a key switching to off state. There are cases when the function is managed a certain key combination which has to be described in your manual. If you can not solve the problem you should write the exact type of your item
You have a FNC key on your keyboard. Since it is a laptop, your keyboard can not have all the keys that a normal keyboard has. This is handled by making some keys perform two or more functions. Thus, the alternate key use if the blue keys (function key is depressed). You will pribably find that there is a light labeled as FNC where you see your caps lock, num lock etc.. it sounds to me that you have your keyboard in alternate function mode so that the keys are performing the alternate functions (probably the numeric keys if it is a normal configuration..).
your tumblers may be starting to seaze up. try spraying some lube in it and running the key in and out a few times. and also make sure the steering isnt locked and the gearshift is all the way in park ( if it is a automatic)
If you make a custom, you can have the Toolbar F function keys operate as 7, 8, & 9. If you respond with a rating I'd even write one out for you, and make it where you just hit [2nd] [CUSTOM] for the use of those keys.
uninstall keyboard drivers from device manager and click scan for hardware changes automatically it will take drivers,again same problem will come attach the external keyboard and check if work keyboard problem on laptop
Sounds the The F lock is on when your computers starts up, You should see a number or F lock on top or your key board just press that button to disable and let you f keys work again, It must be on in your bios if some one there is computer savoy enough to go into your bios and change the setting so when you boot up next time that won't happen anymore, Ok if thats don't work just write back here and we will try another easy task, Let me Know. We try to keep it a simple as possible, Ok Thanks so much and Happy New Year