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Keyboard Some keys won't work including the arrow keys

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  • reidalissa Aug 08, 2008

    Most of my middle keys won't work, as well as the back space key.............not sure what to do!

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Go into safe mode
turn off ur system
power it back on and start tapping F8 key for 5 to 6 time
you will get system advanced boot options
try highlighting safe mode
in case u are able to highlight it
its an issue with OS as your arrow keys are working outside operating system

let me know wot happens

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