Question about ASUS 90-A4C1K1000 Keyboard
This is an electro-mechanical problem with the keyboard. A virus could cause this on a programmable keyboard, but most likely the keyboard itself is bad. Try plugging the keyboard into another computer or laptop (some laptops will accept a 5pin or usb) and see what happens. If it works, scan for viruses. (It is doubtful it is a virus.)
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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