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Fujitsu laptop 6240

It seems to be a keyboard problem. when I type it will suddenly jump to the beginning and delete everything before it, only notepad seems to work. also it seems to be starting up only sometimes.... it would freeze with no applications running or during typical tasks. Rebooting could take as long as 20 minutes. Screen would not always turn on.

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You can connect an external keyboard and see if the problem persists. That would rule out a keyboard problem. Also connect an external mouse to see if the system is frozen or the keyboard/mouse combo are just not working. If its a keyboard problem, chances are you either spilled something on it or the connector came loose from vibration or general use. Unscrew the keyboard and reseat the cable. See if the problem is resolved.

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