Re: laptop keyboard not working medion mim2120 notebook...
This and my mouse have also stopped working, idk the problem but i fixed it once and whenever i wanted to turn it off i just put it into sleep and it worked fine when i started it up. i came to a situation where i had to restart the computer and it didnt work again and now i cant fix it.
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There isn't much to do for your laptop , except to replace the keyboard. They are somewhat fragile, and do often fail. The good news is that they are inexpensive to replace, usually less than $20. Check out your make and model laptop on ebay, and make sure the keyboard looks identical to yours!
I assume you mean "wi-fi" wireless access. The easy solution if wireless networking wasn't built in is to use a USB wireless adapter that simply plugs in to any USB connector on the laptop. These adaptors are available at retailers where you can buy computers as well as from many online sources. The adapter will come with any software and installation instructions you need.
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The safemode may not be accessable probably because you have the Other Gadgets connected to the comp.
Turn Comp off...
Remove every thing(except Keyboard,mouse,monitor& power.)
Then Keep Tapping F8 to enter "advanced screen options menu".
***If the safemode would not enter then enter the safemode with command Prompt.
***Log on to your computer with an administrator account or with an account that has administrator credentials. *** Type the following command at a command prompt, and then press ENTER: %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe if all this do not work and the OS is an OEM then the manufacturer of this computer should have a to Recovery the OS by formatting the comuter.
I have found, depending on the update, that downloading them manually to your desktop, then installing them from there usally does the trick. Just write down the KB number of the update and go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/Search.aspx and download.
press the blue button botton left of the keyboard that says Fn (function)
at the same time press F1 this will enable the laptops wireless connection, this should be shown by the light 2nd from the right