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Re: not properly work keyboard button
Navigate to the Lenovo notebook support website. Once there select the make and model of
your laptop and navigate to the driver download page. as your keyboard
is not functioning well you will have to do this on a different pc.
Download the drivers for your laptops keyboard and save the on a thumb
drive(USB stick memory). Plug the stick into the USB port on your
laptop and Run the driver install program. This will install the
drivers for your keyboard and you will be up and running. I see this
alot when people plug an external keyboard into their laptop. When they
remove it the laptop retains the drivers it loaded to run the external
keyboard. You can also try to go into the device manager in the control
panel and right click on the keyboard and select rollback driver.
Either way will work. If you need more help feel free to contact me. George
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step1: use "fix it for keyboard issue" application ., it is free., you can download from microsoft website.,and install. If the problem cont. follow step 2 or if warranty is there replace it.
step2: remove the keyboard , clean it using blower., remove the particular button from keyboard(should be careful) , clean it and replace it.
these are the two possible way to solve. other than this u have to replace the keyboard.,
On laptops, it is common for crumbs and dust/debris to get under the keys on the keyboard. Try giving the keyboard a clean with a vacuum cleaner. If this doesn't work, you will most probably need to replace the keyboard, it isn't difficult or expensive.
A computer keyboard is a vital component of the computer system. Without a properly working keyboard, your computer is essentially rendered ineffective. If the keyboard is frozen or not responsive, it is experiencing an error known as a "lock out" error. There are various reasons for this error, so you must undergo a process of elimination to figure out the root cause.
Make sure that your keyboard is properly connected to the computer system. Ensure the keyboard's plug is plugged into a USB port. A keyboard error will occur if the keyboard is not attached to the computer or if it is loosely plugged into a USB port. If this is the case, the keyboard will not be recognized and rendered useless. Press the "F8" button repeatedly as the computer boots up. This will take you to a menu in which "Reboot" is one of the options. Select the "Reboot" option. Rebooting your computer should clear up errors in the computer system that might cause your keyboard to lock out. Click the desktop's "Start" button. Right-click the "My Computer" icon and click "Properties." Click the "Hardware" tab and click the "Device Manager" button. Scroll through the "Device Manager" list and right-click on "Keyboards." Click "Properties," then click the "Driver" button. If the keyboard is classified "Disabled," click the "Enable" button to activate it. If this does not help, click "Roll Back Driver" to revert your keyboard driver to its last working state. Rolling back the driver should rectify keyboard errors. Restart your computer system to finalize the process. Hope this helps.
you have numlock enabled which makes those numbers come instead, turn off numlock on your keyboard. please read your usermanual on how to use the keyboard to turn off numlock. it is a numlock button or a combination of buttons that needs to be pressed.
Some keyboards have a feature called "Number Lock" It is mostly found on laptops. But turn it off to regain your default keyboard. On most keyboards it is located near the screen shot, print screen buttons. Push your shift key and the NumLk/ScrnLk button, and your keyboard should return to default.
If your notebook gets very hot in daily use, then it affects your keyboard's rubber spacer.
try to reinstall your windows and check it. sometimes a software error cause the same problem by being make the kernal busy and not unresponsive. If you don't want to reinstall just use a bootable linux cd and check your keyboard function.
Hope it'll help you anyway