Question about Fujitsu Siemens CELSIUS Notebook
My laptop keys are malfunctioning. One day it was fine, and the next morning when I turned it on and tried to log in, it typed by itself. A friend who was at my house said that nothing happened to it (nothing was spilt over it, it didn't fall, etc). So I hooked up a USB keyboard to it, and that worked, for a while atleast. But now when I turn on my laptop, I have about 10 minutes run time, before it starts typing by itself. All it ever types is a long series of 1's. Another problem is that my warranty ran out about two months ago, and am now possibly facing large repair costs. So if anyone has any tips, please help. Mike
No teh problem can Also be that It may have a false contact in the one of the mother boards sokets where ribons hook or in one of the integrated circuits of it, do to the folowing: I've you previusly dismanteled and did not screw up all the screws under and in the laptop all the parts inside start to loosen a bit do to the regular use and movements after a wile so when ever you take it to a technisian be sure to chek and mek him remeber to put all the right screws in it's place, because they usualy do that to all there customers.
Posted on Oct 10, 2012
This is definetly a simple keyboard replacement. With the symptoms youve mentioned it cant be anything else. To find the cheapest replacement, remove the keyboard and search its model number. There may be screws holding it in or little tabs that need to be pushed in under the keys. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
Try starting your pc in "Safe Mode" This will load the absolute lowest setting you laptop will run. See if it acts the same in safe mode as normal. If it does not, do a system restore back to an earlier date (a week or so) when this was functioning properly. If it does, try to log on to the mfg website and reinstall the keyboard driver for your laptop.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
Sounds like just a bad keyboard. Look at an online auction site and you can probably pick up a keyboard for about 23 to 30 bucks. Hooking up an external keyboard does not cripple the internal keybaord.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
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