Question about Dell Latitude CPX Notebook
turn of your computer, and hit the keyboard hard with your hands. Hit it severally, I means the whole keyboard. Turn on the computer, then try again. If that doesn't solve the problem, then it means your keyboard is faulty and you will have to replace the whole keyboard.
You have an option of using an external keyboard or your system's on-screen keyboard.
To get the onscreen keyboard on your computer, click Start > All programs > Accessories > Ease of Access > On-screen keyboard.
Note that once a key on a keyboard is faulty, it means the whole keyboard has to be changed. So you can manage using the on-screen keyboard, since other keys are working.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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