Some keyboard letters stopped working

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I work in computer many hours per day and in the previous days there is a problem in some letters like a, n and w. These letters does not work all time. Some time they are and some time they are not.

Please anyone tell me is it a virus or a problem in keyboard and if it’s a virus how to stop it. As in previous days I headed about virus that make keyboard do not work.

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Some keyboard letters stopped working

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This problem solve may be due several factors like, if Your keyboard has been rubbish or it just started doing this or it been doing it since you got it check its internal functions by opening it.

Take it away and make keyboard apart and give it a good cleaning out. At best, it will fix your problem, and at worst, you'll have to replace a malfunctioning keyboard. You can also check it out by installing an antivirus or keyboard enhancement software.

Answered By 0 points N/A #92462

Some keyboard letters stopped working

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The solution to this kind of problem is to fix the broken key rather than buying a new one.
 
  1. Remove the key cover from a key that is working so that only the cover comes off leaving the insides intact.
  2. Identify the key retainers which are small plastic parts that hold the rubber gasket in place. Use tweezers to gently lift the retainers up and take note of how they link and where they snap together.
  3. Use the tweezers to unsnap the retainers you need to replace the rubber gasket underneath. Start by unsnapping the inner retainer from the outer one, one side at a time then unsnap one end again one side at a time. Finish removing the final gasket by softly pulling it out with your fingers.
  4. Assemble the plastic key retainers to resemble the working key. If the rubber gasket needs replacement, remove the worn piece and replace with the new rubber gasket.
  5. Push the key retainer gently over the rubber gasket until it snaps into place on the keyboard. Follow the reverse procedure. Snap the key cover back on. Gently push until you feel the key cover snap into place. 

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