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Keybord working haphazard

The keys are working hap hazard. most of the left side keys are work haphazard as if i press m both m&n presses the arrow keys not working and even delete key not working. suggest the possible cause and remedy

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I know what ur problem is exacally. u will have to spent some money to do so. a part in laptop of yours is broken or stolen. u will need to replace it with a new one. or else u can use on-screen keyboard that is in all windows versions to my knoledge. u can find that in start..>>all programs..>>Accessories...>>Accessibility

use it with mouse and stop using ur keyboard. i had the same problem once.
so.....enjoy:-)

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