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Laptop keyboard acting weird :\

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#1 uten


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Posted 01 August 2009 - 04:47 PM

I have a Toshiba Satelite L305-SS894 Laptop running on WIndows Vista Home Premium 32-bit SP-1. erm anyways here's my problem...

The Keyboard started acting up last night, it's been really annoying. It wont let me type anything and i can't use the keyboard at all. I found one way of using it, if I hold down "Q" and "Caps Lock" i can type 1 letter Like Q...but when I press Q it comes out right the first time then it'll start typing like 14 other words. so I press Q and Q=q,d,j,g,s. and it'll keep spamming those keys. I've tried uninstalling the keyboard drivers and installed em again nothing :[. I've tried updating it nothing :[, I even did a reformat and nothing :\. Everything else seems to work fine I can click stuff and use the on screen keyboard, but I can't use the keyboard on the laptop. Oh and sometimes if i press a button it'll work then it'll just keep spamming random letters and the laptop will keep beeping >:thumbsup:.

Any Ideas on what's causing this? Help would be much appreciated pl0x D:

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#2 Sterling14


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Posted 02 August 2009 - 02:28 PM

if it's acting up, even after a reformat, it's probably a hardware issue, most likely the keyboard itself is failing. I would suggest returning the laptop if it's still under warranty.
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