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Hello,

Please try use another keyboard and please check the keyboard connection maybe interchange with the mouse or not maybe keyboard defective.

may this help. if not solve you need not rate and notify me so that i can give you more solution. thank you, melnavz

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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