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?
Re: Fujitsu N Series Lifebook Laptop Keyboard Problem
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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1. Click the Start Menu and click the "Run" icon. If a "Run" icon is not listed, press the Windows key on your keyboard and "R" at the same time.
2. Type "regedit" (without quotations) and press "Enter" key to open the Vista Registry Editor.
3. Look for the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" entry in the left pane and click the expansion arrow next to it.
4.Click the expansion arrow next to the "SOFTWARE" entry.
5.Click the expansion arrow next to "Microsoft."
6.Click the expansion arrow next to "Windows."
7.Click the expansion arrow next to "CurrentVersion."
8.Click the "Internet Settings" entry.
9.Look for "MaxConnectionsPerServer" and "MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server" in the right pane. If you see them, skip steps 10-12. If they are not there, follow steps 10-12.
10.Right-click in the right pane.
11.Highlight the "New" menu item and select "DWORD Value."
12.Create two DWORD values named "MaxConnectionsPerServer" and "MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server".
13.Open the MaxConnectionsPerServer entry by double-clicking it.
14.Enter a number between 10 and 16 in the "value" section in the format: 00000010, where the last two digits represent a number between 10 and 16. 16 opens up the browser to the most bandwidth, making it faster. The default is 6, which is optimal for dial-up browsers
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Hope this helps
I have had similar situations with the multiplexer where individual lines stopped working. I would recommend to just go to ebay and search for a replacement there. The used devices are usually so cheap that it is not worth opening up and repairing the quad bri.
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You can connect an external keyboard and see if the problem persists. That would rule out a keyboard problem.
Also connect an external mouse to see if the system is frozen or the keyboard/mouse combo are just not working.
If its a keyboard problem, chances are you either spilled something on it or the connector came loose from vibration or general use.
Unscrew the keyboard and reseat the cable.
See if the problem is resolved.
1) go to the start panel and click run
2) then type msconfig into the run box to bring up the system configuration utility
3)on the far left there is a tab titled startup click on that to see everything that is launched at startup
Startup items- the process names
command- the program name or location
location- the registry location (irrelevant)
4) Locate the avaya program and uncheck it
5) click apply and it should not start at start up anymore
You can purchase a similar fan from Radio Shack for $12.99. To open the unit you will need to remove 3 crews from the top of the unit toward the rear and two screws on the back of the unit. You will also need to remove the two threaded connectors on each side of the console port. Then just slide the top of the unit off. Take the old fan into Radio Shack and buy a similar fan. The amps and rpms will not match exactly, but that will be fine, just get fan within a ma of your current fan. Should only take about 10 minutes to do this repair yourself.