Matteh made a good point there by asking if the keys have fallen out, But it seems that would be common sense. I suggest cleaning the keyboard properly, or calling Acer about your problem. If you can open the keyboard make sure the plastic, or rubber track that is between the keys and actual buttons. If this plastic of rubber piece is damaged, bent, or moved out of place it can result in a key not working. Hope this helped! Have a great day!
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Re: Some Keys are not working at all
Well, it doesn't always have'ft to do with the model in this case, perhaps, the keys are broken? They've fallen off before and not put on correctly or deformed? I would look it up more before having to buy a new one.
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Ebay is the best place, or a small computer shop that sells used laptops. On Ebay there are several vendors that sell individual keys, however, you may be able to get a good deal on an entire keyboard, then you will have many keys for future mishaps.
There are drivers at Acer's site you can download for the use of these keys. If the keys still don't work after the drivers are installed, you may not have the hardware to support them. It is common for Acer to use the same keyboard for different models. Different models not sharing the same hardware.