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Talking keyboard on monitor

I can't remove talking keyboard from monitor

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Goto control panel - add/remove programs and remove any programs about the keyboard. Goto control panel - system - device hardware and uninstall the keyboard. reboot

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I wiped the drive on a sony pcv rs310 desktop. I cant access bios , and nothing comes up on monitor. nota nothing blank. I cant get OS to install or monitor to even blink


I assume you tried hitting the delete key while it was booting. Also you need to use a keyboard that is NOT usb. The usb drivers were deleted during the format. The pc will probably not boot if it does not see a keyboard. Also make sure you are not using a usb hub and remove all usb devices. Disconnect all devices except keyboard and mouse and monitor and try again.
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  • Cleaning the Computer
If you've noticed that your computer's keyboard feels sticky or the monitor screen appears spotted under the light, it's time to clean these pieces before internal damage occurs. Cleaning your computer's keyboard does not require special knowledge or skill. But you should take precautions to avoid damaging the internal parts when caring for the external hardware.mike_alozie_0.gif

1. Unplug the computer and all accessories before getting started. Anytime you attempt to clean an electric appliance it is important to disconnect the power source to reduce the risk of electrocution or shock. After unplugging the keyboard and monitor, along with any accessories that may be plugged in, use a damp clean cloth to wipe all the cords that are connected to the monitor and keyboard and remove dust balls or hair, along with anything else that might cling to them.

2. Move the computer monitor and keypad to one side of the desk and wipe the area clean where the equipment usually sits. Be sure to wipe a large parameter around the monitor area and let it air dry completely before returning the keypad to that area. You might want to use a clean towel or dry cloth to rub over the desk to be certain it is dry, as dampness can damage the machinery or cause it to stick to the table's surface.

3. Rinse the damp cloth in clear hot water and wring it nearly dry. Gently wipe the monitor screen, including all the corners, to remove dust and spots. Then wipe the surrounding areas and framework of the monitor, including the indicator lights that show when the system is operating. Don't forget the back of the monitor as well. If you have a laptop computer with a top that folds down and closes, wipe the hinges carefully, using a cotton swab for grooves and the latch. Check the latch to see if it is sticky or closes readily.

4. Next, go over the keyboard with the cloth, lightly rubbing around each key and button. Wipe around the sides of the keyboard, catching the off and on switch and CD player. Then use a cotton swab to ease around the edges of each key and row to retrieve minute amounts of dust and crumbs. Carefully clean around the lights, plug openings, and speakers, as well as other areas of your computer. Check to be sure you are not leaving wet traces on the equipment, as this means your cloth is too damp and should be wrung out more.

5. Allow the machinery to air dry, or use a soft cloth to pat the keyboard and monitor dry. Don't use fabric with lint or that is tough enough to scratch the screen. Reassemble all the cords and parts when you are sure the entire unit is clean and dry.

Plan to clean the keyboard and monitor every month or two. You may want to schedule maintenance for an interior cleaning once or twice a year. A clean computer is more likely to work well and last longer.

on Apr 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My computer seems to boot up fine but my monitor says no signal and my keyboard doesnt work


You can try tighten up the cable behind the monitor or disconnect the cables and reconnect. You can try another monitor to see whether the mother board and the cable works. Some settings in BIOS may be changed to use on-board video card (the one embeded on the mother board, which is connected on the ports out of the card slots) on your computer so make sure it is using the graphic card that is connected to the monitor. For keyboard, if may be mechanic issue on port or keys or cables if you will not see anything wrong about the keyboard. You can try to use another USB port if it is an USB keyboard or use a USB/PS2 converter if the PS2 keyboard port is not working. If it is a PS2 keyboard, you can check whether the pins are bent and reconnect it. Sometimes that helps. If it is a wireless keyboard, then you will need to fix the monitor and then maybe fix the driver and stuff. You can remove all objects beneath the keys by putting it upside down and shake it or use a blower.

Jan 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My monitor has kicked into sleep mode and won't "wake up".


Unplug all the Cables from Compaq Presario 5103 CL and leave the Keyboard, mouse and monitor cable pluged in.

Now make sure the power cable of the monitor should be pluged in and the power cable of the tower should be pluged in.

Now to check if the montor is fine just unplug the video cable only which will show no input signal on the screen. If it shows this signal the monitor is fine. Plug back in the video cable.

If the monitor is going to sleep mode it might be possible that the old computer ( Compaq Presario 5103 CL ) is in stand by mode. hit any key on the keyboard and it should come back .

If it is not in the stand by mode then do one thing. Check the same monitor with the new computer. If it is working. Perfect ..!

Do one thing now ..!

Unplug all the cables from your old system and then press the power button for 30 sec and let it go. Now plug the keyboard, mouse and the monitor try again.
If it works Perfect. If not ..!

Then you need to open the tower and check on the processor FAN is it running..? If its not running you will not get the display as the fan is responsible for the display on the screen. Otherwise...!

Check the Tower possibly the Tower is not getting the power.

Try these steps and let me know If it works

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Have a dell computer when it starts up the moniter and keyborad will not come on .i have checked the cords and are plugged in


Hello there:
I would first try this .
use a different monitor and keyboard (one at a time) and reboot each time and see what happnes just to check things out.
If it still happens than you know it is related to the computer and not the monitor or the keyboard
If not i would unplug the power cord from the computer
open the case and check to see if there is any thing that has came loose.
check all of the cables and cords and the memory sticks.
also remove the power cord that goes to the motherboard for 2 minutes and during this process press in the computer power button for 20 seconds now plug in the cord bac k into the motherboard and plug in the power cord for the computer and reboot
if it works great but if the monitor just works
you can use the mouse go to device manager and uninstall the keyboard by right clicking on the device and selecting remove than confirm the removal of the device and click yes and reboot the machine upon restart the computer will bring up the found new hardware wizzard and it will reinstall the device for you ok now you should be able to use it again but if nothing is working sorry to say you might be looking at a motherboard issue ok
I hope that this has been very helpfull for you
best regards michael

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I replaced installed additional RAM in my eMachine T4510 but it wouldn't complete POST. Removed the new RAM and re-installed the factory-original RAM and it still wouldn't complete POST. Removed all RAM...


In your motherboard there will be a CMOS battery remove that battery and put it again you will get the display in your monitor, the battery will be in coin size the battery is CR2032.

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The special buttoms at top of keyboard will not operate


Try to check your monitor connections then restart your pc. if the problem still exist, have your monitor be check by a qualified tech. Your keyboard might be loose. Try removing it from the port then return it.

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Got sony desktop, will not boot up but green light at the back slowly blinking...help


need more info. what green light are you talking about. model number? what's hooked up to the machine? keyboard mouse wireless usb ps/2? Monitor? CRT Flat panel? we need more info to help you out

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DVD/CD-RW


1. At the back of the laptop remove the three screws on the support posts for the screen
2. Open the laptop fully and lift the plastic panel that has the power button.
3. Remove the 2 screws holding the keyboard in place
4. Carefully slide the keyboard towards the monitor and lift.
5. To the left of the keyboard ribbon cable is the screw hidden under the keypad.
6. Remove, slide out optical drive, reassemble.

Jul 11, 2008 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Monitor won't come on


When you say the pc is working fine, it's hard to tell if there is no visual from the monitor. Are you getting the 2 usual spaced beeps when your pc boots up, is your keyboard ps2(normal pin type plug or USB)check you have keyboard and mouse in their correct connectors (mouse-green plug, keyboard-purple plug) I'ts more than likely had a bit of banging about in storage and especially if it's been in a cool area, then placed in your house, there may well be condensation points inside which may take a few days to dry out. Try your monitor in a friends pc to eliminate that first.

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