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Laptop keyboard has stopped working, tried to reboot still didn't work, i have my printer, mouse and memory stick connected to the laptop, i have only had the laptop for about 3 months. It is a MSI laptop.

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Hopefully ur warranty is still good on your laptop, if so you could have MSI send you a new keyboard-replacing it is not as hard as you think...just a couple of screws holding it down.

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  • Step 6 Set the keyboard aside, upside down, on a towel and leave it to dry for several hours. This will also allow any trapped fluid inside the keyboard to drain out.
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