Question about Dell Latitude C610 Notebook
How old is your laptop; I had similar problems with my Dell Studio a few months before and I found out that the rubber 'things' under the keys are damaged and no more functioning because of the extensive usage.In this case you need to replace your keyboard (If you are under warranty then you can get a replacement). If your warranty is expired buy a keyboard and fix it yourself it is not that hard to do follow the instructions here to do it yourself : http://dell.to/ax0ph5
Also check if there is something stuck underneath the key, if something is there use a small safety pin sized thin and flexible rode to remove it (some times this will solve your problem).
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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