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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
seems to be that you may have accidentally swept some dirt underneath the keys.
try pressing each key individually in word and narrow down the affected key or keys, then remove the affected keys (using a keyboard key removal tool, or very carefully by hand) and clean underneath the key with a small dry clean brush both under the key and the board section it lay in, then replace the key and type the key again, if that has no luck then try the process again.
hope this helps
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
SOURCE: Logitech keyboard wireless
You need to go to Start -> Settings -> Control Panel & find the "regional & language settings". Set the country and related settings to wherever you are (as you're currently using a foreign setting).
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Modern keypads arent as great as old ones where each key had its own switch and you could just open and fix it. new keypads have everything interconnected inside them. The only thing to do is buy a replacement, But if you really love this one keypad, you could try and clean it out with a blower and make sure the keys that are failing arent failing because of dust or unwanted debri.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
You cant unless you could take it apart!!!!
I would look for another keyboard if it is not working properly!!!
They are really cheap!!!
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Toshiba A505-S6965
First of all, if the computer works without any other problem, it means that the the juice didn't get through the keyboard to the motherboard...
By using a wet tissue and a toothpick, cafully clean between the keys.
You can try disassemble the keys, one by one, then clean them better, but I assume it won't be easy getting them back in place.
Bottom line, if the keys still work - even though it's hard to press them - I'd advise you to leave it as is.
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
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