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The only thing that you can do is to replace keyboard. Google model of your laptop and add word keyboard to it,check eBay also. If you don't have manual/user guide for your machine check maker's website/support. It is not that hard - just go nice and slow.Good Luck! var geo_Partner = '20df8a9f-0e62-447d-a13b-e4b279000c5f'; var geo_isCG = true;
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Turning on the on-screen keyboard in Ubuntu Linux is a little more complicated than it should be. These tips should work for any version of Ubuntu within the last few years, but I'm using Ubuntu version 10.04 Lucid Lynx.
The simple way to enable the on-screen keyboard is to run the program from the Terminal:
However, if you cannot use the keyboard, you cannot type. On to method 2:
If you want to enable the on-screen keyboard at the login screen, please read my VMware Lucid Lynx guide, it's explained as part of that tutorial.
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