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There are a couple of things you could try: 1. Remove the keyboard following a service manual for your laptop, and reseat the ribbon cable underneath it. 2. If the problem still isn't solved, the keyboard should be replaced
You accidentally set your netbook's NumLk on. The NumLk indicator is the third LED from the left at the top left of keyboard (on top of the housing for the battery). It is in between the disk activity LED and the caps lock LED. You can also confirm NumLk is on by starting the Notepad or Wordpad applications and pressing the following keys U I O P and J K L which will result in 4 5 6 * and 1 2 3
To regain normal (non keypad) operation of your keyboard, hold down the Fn key (2nd key from the left at the bottom - right beside the Ctrl key) and press F11 momentarily. This should turn off the NumLk LED
There is not so much that could be done to repair a keyboard. Disassemble the laptop, check the ribbon cable connecting the keyboard to the motherboard. If the ribbon cable is loose, tighten it. If it is tight, replace the keyboard with a new one.
ok this may sound weird but this is what works for me simply remove your battery back while the ac adapter is plugged in your touch pad and keyboard should work now when you have all systems go reinsert your battery pack good luck
Accoring to the problem you have mentioned i am sure the keys are not connected properly. The tab key is connected on the Caps lock key. Moreover make sure you press the fn key to check for any changes as it is the key which helps you toggle in Laptop
look for a thin piece of plastic strip that runs the full width of the keyboard near its top. Pry this off gently starting with a jewelers screwdriver (careful not to score plastic). after this is out, lift the keyboard out and disconnect the electric flex circuit.