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when typing hitting d brings up the desktop


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#1 CandyLady

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Posted 04 October 2015 - 09:33 PM

I don't know why but thus just started today. I try to type and the computer does its own thing. My daughter came over and said it is the keyboard that is the problem. What should I do? Because I can't type on it right now and have no other keyboard (this one was given used to me by my son) I amtying this on my aandroid tablet and am not used to using this. Do I have to buy a new keyboard for my pc? The keyboard my daughter said it is the Microsoft Comfort Curve 2000 v.1.0
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Posted 05 October 2015 - 03:31 AM

My daughter took off the back of the keyboard but didn't want to take apart the part keeping the keys in incase she broke it. She blew it and shook it and plugged it back in (accidentally rebooted the computer when she was behind the computer some how - she doesn't know if she leaned on the power bar or something but it booted up just fine anyway) and now the keyboard works again and hitting D doesn't bring me to the desktop.


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