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Try wiggling the connections and reinserting the cables into the the back of the computer.

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Here is a list of shortcuts for IE. Here is a list of key board shortcuts for windows.
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Hi there: I was also facing the same problem. But when you see on back of the keyboard the instructions are there. or follow these steps.
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muito simples:faz o download dos drives do teclado e rato da versão superior á que tens.depois vais ao painel de control+sistema+hardware,e fazes a actualização dos controladores.

VERY IMPORTANT:COPY ALL DRIVES TO DESKTOP.

copia para uma pasta,criada por ti no ambiente de trabalho,com 2 pastas 1 de keybord-1 de rato,copia entao os drives das duas versoes do equipamento,para essas pastas,

ao iniciares a actualização dos controladores ,indica sempre a pasta com os drives respectivos.

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