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Help With Keyboard Problems, Can't Use/press Certain Keys.


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#1 1sw33tgirl

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Posted 07 December 2007 - 05:45 PM

Hi All,

I need help with my keyboard problems. I'm not a computer expert so it might be an easy fix but I don't know.

Here is what is happenning.

Whenever I use the "m", "k", "j", "u" and "a" key it's not typing.

For example, if I use the internet on internet explorer and trying to get into a website, let say hotmail.com, it allow my to type in the web address "hotmail.co" but not ".com" when I type in m at the end of "o" it erase all the "hotmail.co". Whenever I use the "k" key to type something, let say on yahoo search, when I type "k" it doesn't typed "k" but it goes into to web address instead. "j" does the same thing as "k". Whenever I use "u" it kind of not typed "u" but it jump into the "File" on internet explorer, or on any other software like MS word, etc. and it high light that part as if I use a command.

If on the desktop screen, I press the "m" or "u" key it will click on the name of a fold on the desktop.

Please help me with this problems. I can't use my computer at all because it doesn't allow my to use "k", "m", "j", "u" and "a".

I thank you for your help

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#2 rigacci

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 09:14 AM

OK, have you tried a different keyboard? Keyboards are really cheap nowadays and can be replaced for less than $20 with a real Microsoft or Logitech.

If that doesn't help, we need to look closer but that is the first question.

In the meantime, you can go to Start>All Programs>Accessibility>On-Screen Keyboard and use that to enter text. It's a pain but it does work.


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#3 1sw33tgirl

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 12:34 PM

thank you it works. :thumbsup:




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