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This might have happened due to change in keyboard settings or due to installation of a software/driver on your laptop. Please check the keyboard settings, go to Control Panel-> Regional Settings/ Region & Languages -> Select the option keyboards and languages -> change the keyboard language to English(US). Click on OK and then check if the keyboard is working fine.
However, if you notice no change in the behavior of the keyboard then you'll need to check whether the keyboard has gone bad. To check this go to Control Panel-> Device Manager alternatively, Right click on My Computer-> Properties-> Hardware -> Device Manager -> Check for the keyboard option and see whether you are getting any Exclamation mark(!) or red question mark(?). If you are able to see any of these then its a driver issue. If not then its a Hardware issue and you may need to clean the keyboard from inside.
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Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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