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An error keeps coming up on initial boot up. The error 0211 key board error is displayed, you can not access the setup menu or anything as the key board will not work.The make and model fujitsu siemens esprimo edition p2510 model M13w-D480 any help would i would be gratful.Thank you

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  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    error 0211 on a desk top by Fujitsu.

    What causes it and how can you fix it when you have no mouse or keyboard control?

  • hwne11224 Apr 26, 2009

    I have an 0211 keyboard error on my toshiba equium A110. I replaced the keyboard but still have the same problem, after awhile it comes up with a password screen. Before I had this problem I had the blue screen of death, I then had the operating software re-installed. The laptop worked about a dozen times then failed to boot up again with dreaded 0211 keyboard error


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My fujitu esprimo wont let me add file to windows setup, it says it either cant find the file or dosnt regognise the disk is in the drive

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Your keyboard connactor is damage change the key board, u purchase USB key board

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