Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Most keyboards for laptops are prone to this problem but not so quick have you checked if there is anything under the key. Most laptop keys have the same principle they have what looks like the fram of a mini table support X frame which latches at top and bottom th key if while it is of press the M and < keys down and with a torch have a look see if anything is under there same idea for the four sides if not get the manufacturer or go on line and find the web site type laptop keys if broken and they are really cheap. Hope this Helps
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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