Question about Computers & Internet
Here are some steps which you might want to try.
- Access BIOS and reload the default settings.
- Boot to Safe Mode with command prompt and test if all keys work properly.
- If the keyboard works properly in Safe Mode with command prompt, the registry inputs of your operating system are messed up. You can do registry editing (recommended for advanced users) or just back up your files and reinstall the operating system.
Hope this helps. Just leave a comment or question if you need further assistance. Thanks.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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