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Fujitsu N Series Lifebook Laptop Keyboard Problem

I have a similar problem to one listed. I have had this problem since I purchased the computer 2 years ago. At random times the keyboard will simply jump to a different sentence when I am typing. It is very sporadic, but will happen several times a day. VERY frustrating. My husband just talked to someone with the exact same computer and has had the same problem. Can you offer any advice?

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What operating system do you use? have you check already the bios of you laptop, it need a upgrade.

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I have the same problem. IU will be typing away and it seems to tab backwards or something. I returned the first laptop with this problem think it was defective but the second unit did the same thing. The worst part is that I could not recreate the problem for the shop techs. It happened on both XP Pro and Vista builds.

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