Question about ASUS 90-A4C1K1000 Keyboard
It sounds like you may have dirt/dust/crumbs trapped under your keys. The keyboards on Asus notebooks seem particularly prone to this problem. Turn the computer off and then hold it, while open, so the keyboard is upside down, shake very gently, and tap lightly on the sides. This will help to dislodge any crud that has found its way under your keys. I use this particular solution on my own Asus notebook when I have keyboard problems. Additionally, you could purchase a canister of compressed air, one with the long straw nozzle attachment, and use that to dislodge and remove debris from under the keys.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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