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In my case it was Windows 7, which had gone corrupt/ faulty over some time, for no apparent reason. I actually replaced the whole keyboard with the new one but the problem persisted. That led me to think that it maybe was something wrong with the software. I read on other posts that the problem might be with corrupt BIOS. I, however, had not been able to do BIOS re -install. Instead, i tried WINDOWS SYSTEM RESTORE/ RECOVERY. I picked the RESTORE POINT from when the keyboard was still working fine and started the Restore. After the restart of the computer everything worked as new. Hope this might help.
Posted on Nov 18, 2012
Computer techs can fix this. Just bring it to your local computer guy and they'll replace it for a low price. Not radioshack or bestbuy..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you spilt coca cola on the keyboard? if so it can corrode contacts.
If not try reseating the ribon cable, if that doesn't work it's a new keyboard. try ebay, price around £10
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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