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My keyboard does not work properly. the letters don't have the right function.please help thank you.

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If u 've urgent work then go to SEARCH option and enter ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD then use that keyboard thats temporary solution
total solution is go to nearest service point

Posted on May 26, 2011


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