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Plug in an external usb keybaord and check to see if it works. This will make sure there is nothing wrong with the laptop and just the laptop keyboard.
If this works then this means that your laptop keyboard has been disconnected from the laptop. remove your keyboard from the laptop and check to see if the connection has been damaged or removed. Unplug the connection, plug it back in and test.
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Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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