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this could be caused by a number of things for you to check. maintanence is a key to keeping your computer running. keep your antivirus, antispyware up to date. keep your pc from overheating by taking a spray can of air to it (mind static electricity; after you unplug all wires from the pc and take the case off, touch the powersupply for 10 seconds to balance your electricity with the pc's so you don't fry anything.) hope this helps.
1. if the mouse is still working and you can power up the pc normally then this means that the contacts in the keyboard are shorted due to the sugar from the OJ. 2. If you are not qualified to disassemble the keyboard on the PC. I recommend a new keyboard. 3. This is not usually not recommended but putting the keyboard in the dishwasher and letting it "air dry" usually will clean the keyboard if it is a USB or PS2. hope this helps.
ill tell u this from experience: KEYBOARD IS FAULTY
my experience is when i worked as comp technician i had to test all keyboards in stock, i got some that wouldn't work, i got this problem then i got the extremely funny keyboard crashes my comp when i press all numeric keys (numbers at top)
Hi torr3s_t, Here is a web site where you can download your computers manual: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=PCVW510Ga . I would copy and paste the web site. Here is Sony's support Number for computers: 239-768-7545 Monday- Saturday 11:00 AM-8:00 PM ET Hope this helps, GaWebSpinner
This may be obvious but please do check the connectors, sometimes they are loose or sometimes they are connected to each other inputs.
Also check in the bios configuration if you have the "plug and play" option active so the PC will recognize any new peripheral when it is plugged in.