Question about ASUS A6Ne Notebook
The Device Manager has a yellow mark because it can't recognize the part. Since it's a keyboard it should have been automatically recognized (the ATKACPI is just to assign extra functions to the hotkeys, the keyboard would work just fine without it) - it's not because the chip of the keyboard has died - hardware fault.
The keyboard must be replaced.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
Hi. There are no keyboard drivers for this laptop. Keyboard's for laptop is being detected by windows Operating system the moment you installed windows. It's either windows failed to detect the keyboard because it is already defective or you have a windows problem. Try to restore the computer first to the time you remember your computer is working fine. Use the system restore tool under system tools. If same thing will happen after restoring the computer then this is a keyboard issue already.
All the best!
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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