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I cant type with my keyboard,only with the input panel, my whole keyboard is locked.

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You might try this...

On the bottom there is a little "reset" hole - may need to use something like a straightened paper clip.

Other than that, I know someone else had to turn theirs off, remove any USB, SD (etc.) stuff that may be plugged in to it & carefully remove the battery (usually not recommended). Wait a couple of minutes, corrrectly reinstall the battery and then try turn it back on.

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  1. Click Start c01311982.gif , and type region into the Start Search field.
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    Figure 4: Add button
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    Figure 6: Keyboard tray icon
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    Figure 7: Move up button
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