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Hook a external keyboard, if okay! problem with the laptop keyboard. Try a system restore and bring the computer back to a earlier time before this happened, just might work. The keyboard can be disabled from the bios setting I don't see how it can be done any other way.
Hi, I'm afraid that your recovery CD's won't help you get the space bar working. There could well be dust, biscuit crumbs, hairs etc that's preventing the spacebar from working, turn the laptop off but don't close the lid, stand the laptop on it's side and get yourself a clean, dry paintbrush. Start to brush the keys and gently tap the keyboard with the other end of the brush to knock out any foreign objects that could be trapped under the spacebar. Once your happy it's clean turn the laptop on and see if the spacebar works. If you still have the same symptoms then the keyboard will have to be replaced. You can use the on-screen keyboard to substitute for the spacebar for the time being.