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Solved: Laptop Keyboard Not Working
27 MARCH, 2014 BY JAY BOKHIRIA17 COMMENTSMy Laptop Keyboard Not Working? Here I solve HP, Dell, Lenovo, Toshiba, Acer, Asus, Samsung, Sony, etc., laptop keyboard not working. This question is asked by peter and last few days I was working on this issue. There are many factors are related to this issue. So after lot's of hard working I was found some tips and tricks to solve laptop keyboard problem. Laptop keyboard is attached with high complexity, so we don't open it by self and repair it, but there is no problem with your hardware because as I said above there are many factors related to this issue. So here I give you some tips and experiments that I used by self and it's working on many laptops, so follow tips one by one.
How To Fix Laptop Keyboard Not Working
Reboot (Restart) your laptop because Restart solve many problems instantly. So first Restart your laptop and check keyboard working or not, if not working then follow tip 2.
Restore your system: System Restore is the best way to solve keyboard software problems. If your keyboard not working after install Unknown Software then this trick is working for you. If not working, then follow Tip 3.
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Check Your Drivers are up to date or not. If not, then update drivers first and then restart and check your keyboard working or not.
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After update keyboard drivers and still your keyboard not working, then follow the simple steps.
Open Run and type "devmgmt.msc" then enter to open device manager or Type "Device Manager" in search and open Device Manager.
In Device Manager finds Keyboard and then right click on Keyboard device and click Scan for hardware changes. Watch below video for better understanding.
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The above steps are working for you if there is Software problem in your laptop. If there is a hardware problem with your keyboard, then contact your technician or Buy New USB Keyboard for your laptop. If you have any other question or queries, then please comment below I will happy to solve your problems.
The keyboard maybe faulty ot the keyboard chip in the laptop maybe faulty. Connect an USB keyboard to your laptop and if this keyboard works then most likely the laptop keyboard is faulty or may the keyboard cable is loose and needs reconnecting to the motherboard.
I would suggest trying an external keyboard for your laptop (like a USB or wireless device) You may have a problem with the keyboard on your laptop, which it easily enough fixed. If you don't see the problem with the external keyboard, then I would replace the keyboard. Since you can get a whole keyboard for many laptops for $20 or less (like on ebay or the like) that might be a quick and easy fix. Replacing the keyboard is often just a few screws, and maybe takes 15 minutes to do.
Try and restart the laptop, if the problem continues,then you should get an external keyboard and see.if the external keyboard works then,there is a problem with your laptop keyboard which might be a software problem or a hardware problem