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Keyboard beeb hello.. when i start the computer ,its tell me the keyboard not found and tone continue"beeb"

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Check first keyboard's connection to your PC. If you are using a windows OS : - Make a right click on "my computer" - Another right click on "properties" On the system properties screen: - make a left click on "hardware" - Another left click on "Device manager" On the device manager screen : - Look for the "keyboard" - Make a left click on it. - See if you have there a keyboard definition and double click on it Under the "Generl" tab look for the device status. Should be "This device is working properly" - Left click on the "Driver" tab and run the "update driver" process If problem still exist, run the "Roll back driver" process

Posted on Apr 06, 2006

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