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Keyboard some of the keys on the system are not operating, F2, backspace and the up/down arrows

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Better connect another keyboard and save your worries for another trouble. are you okay with this?

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Although those are not the keys that typically go out first due to wear I suspect that the keys are just worn. Typically this type of problem starts off with a key occasionally not working unless you press it hard and progressing to the point where it doesn?t work at all. The fix will probably be replacing the keyboard which runs about $50 on Ebay (US layout). If you are adventuresome you can try removing the keyboard and cleaning the key contacts but be warned laptop keyboards are not designed to be repaired. Chances are fair that your efforts may cause more problems. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don?t forget to rate this post.

Posted on Mar 21, 2007

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