Question about IBM Lenovo ThinkPad T400 7417 Notebook
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If your keybad is usb just tray to replace the port of usb or tray to enter in the bios and reseete factory default settings
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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Unplug the mouse. Boot into the bios and see if the keyboard will work there. If it will. exit the bios. As soon as you see the Dell splash screen start tapping the F8 key and boot inot safe mode. See if the keyboard will work in safe mode. If it will that means you have a driver conflict in normal mode.
If neither of these options work, Contact Dell to get the system either
A. Onsite repair
B. Replace the system.
Also try.....1) disconnect A/C power supply, 2) remove battery, 3) press and hold the "power on" button for between 15 to 30 seconds, 4) re-install the battery, 5) re-start the laptop.
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