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Numbers 2 and 3 on keyboard are crippled

Keys for number 2 and 3 on the keyboard are loosen. can I get them fixed.

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SOURCE: My HP Pavillion keyboard is keying properly

az i think your keyboard language has changed. from language bar you should change the language of keyboard. control panel-region and language- keyboard and language- change keyboard.

Posted on Apr 06, 2010

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