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This seems to be a more physical problem than a driver problem, have you removed the keyboard before? it may be that the wire which connects the keyboard to the laptop has come lose or hasnt been connected properly.
also as a second suggestion it may be that something has found its way under the keys causing them to stick? very bizzar but it does happen :)
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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