Question about HP D8597A Keyboard
Remove and shut down the PC then restart with the keyboard plugged into the PC. It this wont detect then it is possible that the subprocessor in the keyboard has failed,
it will be cheaper to replace the keyboard than to have the IC changed unless one is around cheaper.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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