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The problem is my computer keeps pressing the c letter by itself even in bios

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  • Dibas Man Mar 15, 2011

    its a small asus ee pc laptop already cleaned it still not workingg going crazy with this pc

  • Dibas Man Mar 15, 2011

    when i press it doesnt type but it keeps typing by itself

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You have a faulty keyboard. Try cleaning it. If this fails then replace it.

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

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  • Raj Patel Mar 15, 2011

    Replace the keyboard.

  • Dibas Man Mar 15, 2011

    the pc is brand new......i dont think i is possible to replace this laptop keyboard

  • Raj Patel Mar 15, 2011

    If it is under warranty then return it to where you bought it from.

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