Question about Microsoft Natural Ergonomic 4000
You may just have debris build up under the keys that aren't working properly. So, the 1st thing to try for correcting the problem is cleaning the keyboard.
Make sure you have a good window of time to work on this (undisturbed - particularly option (B)) as it will require time and attention to detail.
Try the (A) 1st. If the problem persists, move on to (B).
If you do move on to (B), I strongly recommend you ONLY try the keys your having difficulty w/ at 1st. If you're successful, then move on to the remaining keys.
(A) HOW TO: CLEAN A COMPUTER KEYBOARD (no keys removed)
(B) HOW TO: CLEAN A COMPUTER KEYBOARD (including removing keys)
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Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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