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Keyboard problem! when i power up HPnx9010,the "K" alphabet press by itself,causing problems.I cant type again with it ,cause an attempt to type automatically types "K" every where inside anywhere i want to type.Pls i need a solution.

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First try pulling the K key off and check if the depressor is stuck. Be gentle and try to only remove the key and not the retainer. If the key is good, then remove the keyboard and clean the connector and the motherboard connection. This connection can sometimes work loose or get a Little dirt or corrosion build up. A this point, if everything checks good, then I afraid you have a faulty keyboard and it will need to be replaced..

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