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Keyboard frozen Hi, On my hp computer, I was typing on Microsoft word, and my keyboard stopped working. It only hightlights, and when I push any button, it just makes a clicking noise, not only on word but on all other programs, including trying to type on the internet. Please help!!!! I feel like I must have accidently pushed something, and boom, everything changed.

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  • pcstan May 16, 2008

    My son's keyboard works perfectly if booted to DOS or the BIOS setup. Once Windows XP boots up, the keyboard stops responding. It makes a clicking sound through the PC speaker but does nothing else. It doesn't matter what application is being run. The Caps Lock & NUM Lock don't work, but the Sleep & Wake buttons DO work (but they also make the same clicking noise). It is a PS2 keyboard. Swapping to a different keyboard has no effect. I've shut down and installed a new keyboard 4 times, all with the same response. I've been working on computers for 20 years and have never run across this one. Any ideas?
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Hello tulip2000,

First download the latest version of IntelliType from HERE, for your OS.
Next, uninstall the existing driver from the "add/Remove Programs" section of the Control Panel.
Now reinstall the latest driver and restart the machine. That should work..

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    Swilin Sampson May 03, 2008

    Hello tulip2000,

    Could you kindly take a moment to close this ticket by assigning a FixYa rating under my solution?

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    Swilin Sampson May 31, 2008

    Hi,




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