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Keyboard wrong letters are typedq and a are switchedz and z are switchedothers switched also  like , ; :  mbrand new one does same thing http://youtube.com/watch?v=A7Eht1XmUtQ

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Goto control panel regional an langauage setting change it US
if it did not work then ask for repalcement of key form seller

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Keyboard letter not working


lol. The best answer is to clean the keyboard or, if necessary, get a new one (for your computer, it'll cost about $30 for a replacement keyboard.) In the meantime, the easiest way to get any character you can't get from your keyboard is to use the Character Map application. (In XP: Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Character Map). Find the character you want, click on it, click on "Select", click on "Copy", and then paste the character normally as you would for a copy/paste. Hope this helps! Good luck!

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Letter j keeps repeating in console in windows 7


It means the key with letter 'J' was malfunctioned in the keyboard. When you open a console or notepad it goes continuously by printing the letter 'J' on the screen or sometimes you will get continuous beep.

This problem can be rectified by replacing the keyboard.

Hope this will be helpful.

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take the cap off of the letter and clean it off or get a new keyboard

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Keyboard keeps typing letter o. Sometimes stops for a while, and then suddenly it starts again. I did scan it via norton 360 and I did clean the registry via ccleaner. Can u help me please.


somebody pour water on the keyboard and the letter o, get shorted to ground that is why o. appear. the only solution is to open your keyboard and dry it with clothes

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Trojan types letter p automatically


My question is how do you know it is a Trojan doing this. My keyboard typed zzzzzzzzzzzzz automatically as well and after frustration I looked at the keyboard and the key was stuck down. Try cleaning the keyboard or getting another keyboard to see if this still keeps doing this. It is a keyboard issue nothing else. It may have some debris under the key so try a new keyboard. This is my suggestion. Thanks for using FixYa! John

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Banking format with westpac will not allow me to achieve on-line banking. It opens the wrong format according to the bank, ie brings up an on screen keyboard where it should be using the computer key...


you can use the online keyboard all you need to do is type in the 8 digits account details in the top panel using your computer keyboard then type in your password with the online keyboard which you have chosen this must be atleast 5 letters and 1 number
myself i made a word document with the account numbers then just copy and paste them into the top panel then type my password using the on screen keyboard this way keyloggers cant get my account number
hope this helps

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I have an IMAC computer desktop and purchased it in 07, just the other day, the keyboard would only work selectively, sometimes not typing in letters or numbers at all


Meh, maybe your keyboard's batteries ran out.
Maybe something else is wrong, like the connection.
Have the mimosas you've been sharing with your keyboard had the cheaper brandies in them lately? Time for that AppleCare to come in handy.

Nov 11, 2009 | Apple Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger for Mac

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Letters print out cancelling other words


there is a feature on your computer to switch between "insert" which inserts words at the point of your cursor, without being destructive to other text, and "overwrite" mode, which replaces current words/text with what you type. in Microsoft Word or other word processing programs, you can see a small symbol representing either "INS or OVR" in the bottom status bar. to switch between these modes, press the "Insert" key on your keyboard (also labeled "Ins" on some keyboards), this toggles the insert/overwrite mode back and forth.
Good luck!

Feb 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Problem with keyboard or input of certain keys


hi.. is that a bi-lingual keyboard that you purchased? If so, what model? If that's a toshiba laptop w/ a bi-lingual keyboard, press the left (shift+ctrl) buttons for 10-15secs then release it. You should be able to bring back the normal function of your keyboard. If your having problems pressing the "n" key and it replaces it with a number on the screen when you type it, it's most likely that you enabled the "num lock" function of your keyboard, on Toshiba press FN+F11, on Dell FN+F11 also i think, it may differ on other models, sometimes FN+ Print Screen or Pause (above F11).

Hope this helps.

Oct 03, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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